- Red Stone the New Copper
- Minecraft Mario
- Little Push
- Drop Through Floor
- Lava Falls and Bridge
- Hall of Creepers
- The End where the Prize Awaits...
Using Minecraft you can create your own dungeon/maze/Labyrinth to challenge your friends and or family, I'll show you some of my favorite traps, and thought processes to make a challenging map to have people play through. I cover basics briefly then get straight into designing your own construct to confuse and challenge others.
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i love it
Thank you so much... Good job and simple explanation.
This is a great course for getting started with labyrinth/maze building. It has sparked a ton of fun ideas for me to create and I’m already getting started on some pretty neat things. Totally recommend this very short course to spark your own imagination and look forward to any future updates as well. The videos are short and sweet, they go over the points in each section well. Very easy to understand the basic concepts of why you would set up these puzzles/traps. I’d recommend afterwards, if necessary, to search for additional information on the fundamentals of redstone, and also there are some pretty cool maze/labyrinth generators that you can use to get an idea of how your maze will flow. It’d be really cool for dad craft to make another short video of maybe three puzzle rooms and how they are connected to give an idea of how he puts them together. Thanks for the tutorials!