Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a giant flying snake! That’s right! UniqueImpact’s ObSNAKEle Course is a series of 35 snakey obstacles through which you must slither, slip and slide through the hoards of sky snakes in an attempt to reach the finish line as quickly as possible with as few deaths as possible!
This map is a spinoff of Obstacle Course series (unsurprisingly named “UniqueImpact’s Obstacle Course”), so once you’ve done with this map, you should go check those ones out. The map can be played alone or with as many friends as you want, and will be great entertainment either way, as the map is not too challenging and focuses more on being fun than enraging.
The main aim of the map is to reach the pressure plate at the end to stop the clock as quickly as you can with as few deaths as you can. The map automatically keeps track of your time, deaths and which checkpoint you’re on and will display this to you nice and conveniently in the scoreboard on the right of the screen. The only rules to the map are you must play in adventure mode and you may not use any commands. Anything else you are able to do is entirely allowed.
If you feel an obstacle is too hard for you, there is a skip button in your command book which will take you to the next obstacle automatically, but this will also add 2 minutes onto your timer. There is also a suicide button in the command book in case you somehow get stuck somewhere and are unable to progress.
This map is 100% multiplayer compatible. When playing with multiple people, you will be working cooperatively to try to get to the end as fast as possible. Your death counter will be shared, as in it will count the total number of deaths between all players. When one player reaches a checkpoint, all players will be teleported to the checkpoint. Just make sure you’ve got command blocks enabled, you’re playing on normal difficulty and that nobody is cheating.
How to install UniqueImpact’s ObSNAKEle Course Map:
- Download the map.
- Extract file.
- Go to %appdata%.
- Go to .minecraft/saves folder.
- If the “saves” folder does not exist you can create one.
- Drag map folder into it.
- Start minecraft.
- Enjoy and play.