Treasure Hunt 1.8.3,1.8.2 and 1.8.1 is a small adventure map that combines adventure and puzzles. On this map, we will play a treasure hunter who left London for Bermuda searching for a mythical treasure hidden by a group of pirates, which was forgotten in an underground chamber in his fortress when the pirates were defeated in one of their raids on enemy terrain.
An expedition left London in 1789 in search of an incredible treasure near Bermuda.
Great stories were told about this incredible treasure; even some say that among all the wealth amassed by these pirates is the mythical crystal of the Atlantide. Only you can find out.
According to the author of the map, the time to complete this map is around 45 – 60 minutes, and there is no player limit, no recommendation; that is, you can play it alone or with your friends.
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
Treasure Hunt Map Installation Guides:
Download Treasure Hunt Mapp 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 Treasure Hunt Map file into the saves folder
Start your Minecraft with this map