UniqueImpact’s Obstacle Course Map 1.8.9/1.8

UniqueImpact’s Obstacle Course Map for Minecraft 1.8.9, 1.8

Updated: May 8, 2016 | 174 views |

UniqueImpact’s Obstacle Course Map is rather different from other maps out there, as, in stead of it being themed specifically around one thing, this course is aimed at most aspects of the game. The aim of the map is to complete the giant obstacle course in as little time as possible. As soon as you press the button to start the map, a timer will start to count up the seconds it takes you to complete it and hit the button at the end! The map is incredibly fun, as it incorporates lots of different challenges, from mining to puzzle solving, from aim to building, but mostly centred around parkour. The map automatically keeps track of the time taken, your total deaths and which checkpoint number you’re on. You can play the map in singleplayer or multiplayer. In singleplayer, you will be alone tackling all 50 obstacles in as little time as possible. In multiplayer, it will work on a sort of cooperative system; you will be sharing your deaths and checkpoints and will, together, be aiming to complete the map in as little time as possible. In other words, if one of you dies, your combined death counter will increase, and if one of you reaches a checkpoint, it will count for everyone and will teleport all players to the new obstacle. Lastly, when you reach the end, be sure to keep track of your time, and, if you want, challenge three of your friends to play the map and see who gets the fastest time! If you want your name to be on my scoreboard, please record yourself playing the map and submit it on this thread! You may just make the top 5! Please make sure you play on at least Easy difficulty. Peaceful won’t work, as some obstacles require mobs. If you play on a server, remember to turn command blocks on!



Let’s Play:

How to install:

  • Download the UniqueImpact’s Obstacle Course Map from link below.
  • Extract the map files with a Zip extractor.
  • Go to .minecraft/saves folder. If the “saves” folder does not exist you can create one.
    • Windows – Open the Start menu and select Run, or press the Windows key + R. Type (without quotes) “%appdata%\.minecraft\saves” and press Enter.
    • OS X – Open the Go menu in Finder and select “Go to Folder”. Type (without quotes) “~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves” and press Return.
  • Copy the extracted map folder into the “saves” folder that opens.
  • Start minecraft. Enjoy and play.

Download Links:

For 1.8



Credits: UniqueImpact