Creating a world
There is alot to consider before creating a world. So take a close look at all your options and get inspired.
Best for real world 1:1 recreations, layout and planning projects
Suited for best player experience and interaction
Ideal for exploring and detailing bigger worlds
Best for specific organics and detailed spectator pictures
My maps are compatible with your chosen Minecraft Java version, usually from 1.12 to the latest. Conversions to Minecraft Bedrock for different platforms like Mobile, Console or the Windows 10 version are also possible.
If selected, every structure get’s a decorative interior with style and purpose. The detail elements listed below come especially handy in this area.
Armorstands are Minecraft entities, which are editable to look like figurines in your world.
By disabling the Artificial Intelligence of any monster, animal or mob they can be safely spread around the map as cute beautifiers.
A Minecraft skull by default takes the textures of mobs but can be edited to display pretty much anything on an 8×8 canvas.
For a whole-day player experience, I like to add spot-on lighting features to create a worlds ambience. Shaders or even the RTX version of Minecraft can really bring a world to life.
Jump ‘n’ Runs
From beginner jumps to triple-neos, I know the whole difficulty spectrum within Minecraft Jump ‘n’ Runs.
Your players would be excited about this!
In case the Jump ‘n’ Runs appear too restless, a maze is always an easily implemented element to keep players busy.
Every one of my creations is represented in my journal, bigger projects in the portfolio section, and is getting a little exposure via my social media channels. Therefore, you will always get a crisp description, optionally some beautiful screenshots and, for especially ambitous projects, a rendered cinematic.