Falling Falling 1.16.4, 1.15.2, and 1.14.4 is a survival map where the chicks will be the order of the day. It is a world with limited dimensions, where there is nothing that allows us to survive. However, from the beginning of the game, blocks will begin to fall from the sky, some of them with resources that will allow us to survive.
At first, these blocks that fall from the sky will not do us any damage, but as the game goes on, yes. A block of leaves won’t do as much damage but beware of solid blocks, such as stone. Small dungeons can also fall from the sky, so enemies will begin to be generated around us.
The mapmaker recommends generating worlds of 50×50 blocks, as very small worlds will quickly fill with blocks, while the big ones won’t have much difficulty surviving. Passive creature eggs will be regularly generated in the Nether and End dimension chests.
But what’s behind that name?
An empty map, without any resources, a World border preventing you from advancing outside this restricted area, you find no way to survive, when a miracle falls from the sky.
This is what Falling Falling consists of, blocks that will fall more or less regularly depending on their rarity, small dungeons that will fall after a certain time, making it more difficult for you to survive because of the monsters that will appear there and then help you with the contents of their chests. Passive creatures also appear at regular intervals, it is up to you to save them before the blocks bury them…
make an underground bunker.
make a stone statue in the bunker.
plant wheat, potatoes, carrots, beets, melons, pumpkins and Nether warts.
make a giant mushroom.
make a suspicious soup.
make a loom, barrel, smoker, blast furnace, cartography table, grindstone, smithing table and a stonecutter.
make a campfire and cook 4 meats.
make a nice banner.
make a bell and ring it sixteen times.
make a composter and with it produce 6 bonemeal.
make a trade with a villager.
make and have all available wool colors available.
make an aquarium with fish.
make an automatic chicken farm.
make an automatic melon farm.
make a crossbow and enchant it.
adopt all pets.
cure a zombie villager.
defeat a raid
defeat the Wither boss.
defeat the Ender Dragon.
make a map of the normal world, the Nether and the End.
find the Elytra.
make the Ender Dragon reappear.
make a beacon and make it work.
The smaller the map, the faster the blocks will cover your terrain and the more monsters will appear in a small area. I advise you to choose 50×50 blocks for the size of the map. It’s neither too small nor too big in my opinion, the small sizes allow to quickly present the map, however.
Like a vanilla map you have to find the stronghold, even if here it is limited to a portal but you will still have to find it. The “Eye of the Ender” will help you but be careful, they will be consumed in your hands so be quick.
There are 5 dungeons in the normal world, it’s up to you to wait and find them before the monsters find you.
The chests of the Nether and End will regularly have eggs from passive creatures.
Where do I find the saved map in Minecraft?
You then find the saves folder in the .minecraft folder and open it Then you drag the downloaded map (hint: if you downloaded a .zip or rar extract the file on windows or unzip it on mac so that you only get the folder. This is very important because the map will only show up if its in the folder version)
Are you on a Mac or Linux? If so, the save file location will be different.
Mac Save Files: Stored in ~/Library/Application Support/minecraft ( “~” = username)
Linux Save Files: Stored in – to be added – (enter locate .minecraft into shell and you should find them)
How do you make a map in Minecraft?
If you created a realm using the “flat” type, you don’t need a map. They’re only 256 x 256 blocks, meaning you’ll likely never stray too far from home or fall off the edge. Maps are best suited for infinite terrains, with five specific sizes you can create to track anywhere from small to insanely huge distances. 5 steps to make minecraft map:
1.Determine your map
2.Create your map
3.Fill your map
4.Enlarge your map
5.Copy your map
Falling Falling Map Installation Guides:
- Download Falling Falling Map file from the link(s) below/above and then extract the map
- Go to Start menu
Press Enter to Run %appdata%/.minecraft
- Search for minecraft/saves folder
If Saves folder does not exist, create one
- Put Falling Falling Map file into the saves folder
- Start your Minecraft with this map
Download Falling Falling Map for Minecraft 1.16.4, 1.15.2, and 1.14.4
Author and Credit: MrBurdy