Survival Delight

This is a huge custom terrain suitable for survival gameplay or other types of adventures. It includes several different biomes with custom trees, mountains and more. There’s a huge cavern somewhere under spawn so be careful when you start digging. If you are playing the map on a low-end device then make sure to turn down the render distance.

Creator: Tyler707 Proarcher

Important: You may use this world for your own creations as long as you give credits to the original creator (Tyler707 Proarcher).



SnowFall is a cool (and cold) minigame to play with friends. It’s kind of similar to spleef, but in this minigame the floor will fall by itself at random! You will never know which block beneath you is about to fall and when you know it’s usually too late anyways. It’s a really fun and intense minigame best enjoyed in multiplayer.

Creator: ZeReaper

Blocks of the floor randomly disappears every second so you have to constantly be on your move in order to not fall down and die. The main objective is the stay alive for as long as possible. If you die then you are not allowed to enter until a new round has begun.

Eventually most of the map will be just holes. This is when it starts getting exciting and more intense. Never stay idle. Always move around or else you’ll most likely fall down and lose!


Boat Racing

This is a boat racing minigame which takes place on the ice and is in that sense not that different from bobsledding. The friction on ice is much less than on water and this makes it possible for the boat to reach a much greater speed. But the faster you go the more difficult it gets to control the boat. It’s a really fun and intense minigame to play in multiplayer.

Creator: PIXEL_HUNTER, Twitter Account

You can receive a boat in-game by pressing on a button. Enter out on the ice and place down the boat. Then line up in front of the start line and pull the lever to begin the race.

The track is quite small but you can decide on going multiple laps.

Use the left and right controller keys (if you are on a smartphone/tablet or A & D if you are on Windows 10) to speed up the boat.


Hotel Escape

Hotel Escape is an adventure and puzzle map which tests your skills at solving puzzles and abilities to escape. It takes inspiration from popular escape rooms and brings similar challenges to Minecraft. There are 10 different rooms which you’ll need to escape from and you can expect between 20 minutes to 2+ hours worth of gameplay. It’s all dependent on your own skills.

The map took just over one week to build and it uses a complex system of redstone and command blocks to give the player a very fun and unique gameplay.

Creator: CaptianCamera


Giant Working Crafting Table

This is a giant fully working crafting table which can be used for crafting most items and blocks. It doesn’t work that much different from an ordinary crafting table except that it is maybe 20 times bigger and is entirely powered by redstone and command blocks. It’s a really cool redstone creation definitely worth checking out. The most interesting part is probably to try to understand how the machine works.

Creator: Pastimeboy, Twitter Account

First off you will need to decide on an item or block to craft. In this case, I wanted to craft a diamond sword. For that I needed 1 stick and 2 diamonds. Use the buttons on the wall to obtain the necessary items for the crafting recipe.

Drop the items according to the crafting recipe on the crafting table.

Then step on the “Input” pressure plate and wait for the crafting to process. This might take a little while.

Important: This requires the 1.2 beta which is currently limited to Windows 10 and Android users only! Find out how to join the beta by clicking here!


MineValley (Farm Simulator)

MineValley is similar to games like HayDay or StarDew Valley. You can given a small patch of land with some crops, a house, a barn and a water tower. It’s your objective to use the resources you have to further expand your farm. The resources you produce can be sold to a store and the money can be used for buying better harvesting tools and alike.

Creator: Cheete, Twitter Account

You’ll start out in a lobby where you can read all of the necessary information you might need to get started. The main objective is to grow and sell resources. You can then use the money to buy better tools to more efficiently be able to produce more resources.

Here is a list of structures you’ll have from start.

Android users cannot use Structure Blocks and as a result you won’t be able to save your farm when a new map update arrives. However, if you are on Windows 10 then you can do that.



You’ve been imprisoned inside one of the largest prisons in Minecraft. But you are not alone. Hundreds of villagers are also held captive here. A voice has recently started speaking to you. Either you’ve gone completely nuts or you might finally be able to escape the prison. But you need to be careful since zombie pigmen are guarding the facility both day and night.

Creator: Im_Black_Flash


11 Banner Tutorials

Banners are decorative blocks which is one of the new features in version 1.2. This map is useful for anyone who want a better understanding of how to create banners in Minecraft. In total there are 11 different banner tutorials detailing every step required for creating each banner. It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner or a pro – by the end of a tutorial you’ll have created a cool banner.

Creator: MightyGamer

Important: This requires the 1.2 beta which is currently limited to Windows 10 and Android users only! Find out how to join the beta by clicking here!


10,000 Fireworks

Welcome to the 10,000 Fireworks Graphic Test! This adventure style map was built to test the graphics / CPU limits of your device. Using a complex system of redstone, repeaters, dispensers and fireworks, this map will launch a total of 18,194 fireworks, in less than 45 seconds – that is of course if your device can render it correctly. Over 95% of devices will fail.

Creators: Archelous, CaptianCamera

This map may make the app force quite; this is normal, and why they built it. This map wasn’t built to be playable; it was meant to test the capabilities of your device. This map averages 50 FPS on an average device, and drops to 2 FPS when you activate the fireworks. The game will run smooth when you explore the hub but lag is pretty much unavoidable once it all begins.

Important: This requires the 1.2 beta which is currently limited to Windows 10 and Android users only! Find out how to join the beta by clicking here!


Armor Stand Creations

This map features a quick armor stand tutorial, it shows off all of the armor stand poses as well as giving five clever creations of ways you can use them in-game. The armor stands primary use are to hold and display wearable items and it’s really the most convenient way to store you gear rather than keeping it hidden (and easily forgotten) in chests.

Creator: Generosario, Twitter Account

Important: This requires the 1.2 beta which is currently limited to Windows 10 and Android users only! Find out how to join the beta by clicking here!