I really rather like the name of this minecraft map download, Destiny. It’s like when you call your dog something like ‘Mike’. Then you can yell things like ‘hurry up and take a dump, Mike’ or ‘stop humping the guests, Mike.
Destiny comes with it’s own texture pack. (A modified Doku pack.) Destiny tends to hold your hand throughout your adventures. Destiny is your constant companion, your friend and ultimately the cause of your demise. Destiny is forever alone. But Destiny is also horribly cliched in some respects, you spawn in confusion, as in so many minecraft maps. Are we truly to believe that the only way to begin a minecraft map is in a bizarre state of partial amnesia? Surely Destiny could do better than that.
Destiny has continuous narration provided through signs, which I rather like. It’s much better than reading through tedious text documents. So double points for destiny there.
Destiny thinks that the primary use for cookies is DNA testing.
In many respects, Destiny is a bit like a game of golf, a nice stroll through a pretty landscape.
Destiny is sometimes confusing. The beginning of the adventure is deliberately obfuscated from the player with numerous ‘false starts’ that make one wonder if one is actually playing the map yet or not.
Destiny makes you question your sanity a little more than is probably good for you.
Destiny has a storyline that keeps you guessing and puzzles that will make you scratch your head whilst you guess. So basically, it’s a one size fits all minecraft wash for your brain. By the time you are done with this map you will not only be satisfied, but possibly a little wiser than you were when you began play.