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Introducing "Captive Minecraft," a Survival gametype that uses achievements and the world border to great effect. You start on a 1x1 box, and every achievement you get widens the world border by half a block in all directions.

"As your captive world slowly expands, you gain access to more and more resources," a post on the gametype's website says. "You'll have no trouble Getting Wood or Taking Inventory, but suddenly making that Cake and riding a Pig off a cliff isn't quite so simple..."

You can download Captive Minecraft here —note that the creators highly suggest you play this with friends. This is what you need to get it up and running:

You need to be running Minecraft 1.8 snapshot 14w18b or later. You can set this up right in the Minecraft Launcher. Edit your profile to include experimental "snapshots" and choose the 'Latest Version'.

Now download the world save, place it in your /minecraft/saves folder and unzip it. You'll be able to access it from your single player menu now.

Taking a break from the increasingly difficult first three Captive Minecraft maps, Winter Realm brings the series back to its roots.

You drop into this untouched snowy forest, with only a nearby spruce tree to help you prepare for your new adventure. Surrounding you is the World Border – an impenetrable wall which prevents you from leaving the block you’re standing on. For each Minecraft achievement you earn, the World Border will increase in size. Just out of your reach are some supply chests filled with everything you need to begin mining downwards into the world.

So if you’re looking for a fun adventure to be had alone or with friends – even if you’re relatively new to Minecraft – then Captive Minecraft: Winter Realm is the map for you. Earn those achievements, make the most of your restricted world, and see if you can finish the game!

This is for the Minecraft veterans and pros out there. As an optional way of making the game more difficult, Ultra Mobs have been built right into Captive Minecraft IV. This will make all the Creepers, Zombies, Skeletons and Spiders that spawn in the world much harder to deal with. Creepers will explode after receiving any damage, Zombies get super speed, Skeletons are equipped with much more powerful bows, and Spiders will summon Cave Spiders when killed. Recommended only if you’re after an extra challenge – not for new players!

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Introducing "Captive Minecraft," a Survival gametype that uses achievements and the world border to great effect. You start on a 1x1 box, and every achievement you get widens the world border by half a block in all directions.

"As your captive world slowly expands, you gain access to more and more resources," a post on the gametype's website says. "You'll have no trouble Getting Wood or Taking Inventory, but suddenly making that Cake and riding a Pig off a cliff isn't quite so simple..."

You can download Captive Minecraft here —note that the creators highly suggest you play this with friends. This is what you need to get it up and running:

You need to be running Minecraft 1.8 snapshot 14w18b or later. You can set this up right in the Minecraft Launcher. Edit your profile to include experimental "snapshots" and choose the 'Latest Version'.

Now download the world save, place it in your /minecraft/saves folder and unzip it. You'll be able to access it from your single player menu now.

Introducing "Captive Minecraft," a Survival gametype that uses achievements and the world border to great effect. You start on a 1x1 box, and every achievement you get widens the world border by half a block in all directions.

"As your captive world slowly expands, you gain access to more and more resources," a post on the gametype's website says. "You'll have no trouble Getting Wood or Taking Inventory, but suddenly making that Cake and riding a Pig off a cliff isn't quite so simple..."

You can download Captive Minecraft here —note that the creators highly suggest you play this with friends. This is what you need to get it up and running:

You need to be running Minecraft 1.8 snapshot 14w18b or later. You can set this up right in the Minecraft Launcher. Edit your profile to include experimental "snapshots" and choose the 'Latest Version'.

Now download the world save, place it in your /minecraft/saves folder and unzip it. You'll be able to access it from your single player menu now.

Taking a break from the increasingly difficult first three Captive Minecraft maps, Winter Realm brings the series back to its roots.

You drop into this untouched snowy forest, with only a nearby spruce tree to help you prepare for your new adventure. Surrounding you is the World Border – an impenetrable wall which prevents you from leaving the block you’re standing on. For each Minecraft achievement you earn, the World Border will increase in size. Just out of your reach are some supply chests filled with everything you need to begin mining downwards into the world.

So if you’re looking for a fun adventure to be had alone or with friends – even if you’re relatively new to Minecraft – then Captive Minecraft: Winter Realm is the map for you. Earn those achievements, make the most of your restricted world, and see if you can finish the game!

This is for the Minecraft veterans and pros out there. As an optional way of making the game more difficult, Ultra Mobs have been built right into Captive Minecraft IV. This will make all the Creepers, Zombies, Skeletons and Spiders that spawn in the world much harder to deal with. Creepers will explode after receiving any damage, Zombies get super speed, Skeletons are equipped with much more powerful bows, and Spiders will summon Cave Spiders when killed. Recommended only if you’re after an extra challenge – not for new players!


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