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Confused Animals Minecraft Adventure MapView game page

Animal themed Minecraft Adveture Map
Submitted by AveragePotato — 2 days, 12 hours before the deadline
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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Overall Fun#113.4024.500
Most Creative Use of Theme#132.7723.667
Original Graphics#142.6463.500
Original Audio#141.7642.333

Ranked from 6 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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The map was a-maze-ing, and you can say the last part really put a spring into my step.
Haha, though really, I immensely enjoyed it.  The puzzles, the builds, the side quest and hidden collectables were all well made.   At the end I finished with enough coins for level 3, had I thought to look around more carefully during the last part I would've been at level 4.   I wasn't ready to stop playing soooo... I found the rest of the coins to reach level 5.   Great job Potato!


This is incredibly clever and fun!! I must have fallen off the jumping puzzle 50-60 times but I persevered! I ended up with like 192 coins I think, I thought I did good until I found out there were way more... I was assuming 200! And I didn't find the SUPER SECRET, so now I'm really curious...


This is so cool! It's like the minecraft Winchester mansion :D The puzzles are so clever!


This was really amazing!  Excellent job on the house and mazes!  The use of compasses was clever, and there is so much amazing redstone stuff going on!  I got stuck at all of the jumping puzzles though, and accidentally placed my red key in the world, and cheated a little bit to the end.  I deserve my level 1 ranking.

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Wow, this map must have been a crazy amount of work! I've never played an adventure map before, but I had a lot of fun getting through all the puzzles. I only got enough secret coins for, what appears to be the level 2? ending. The puzzles and stuff are great, but the mapping and layout was gorgeous!

Question, though, any reason the gamemode wasn't set to Adventure so you can't break blocks? I don't know much about adventure maps, so I'm curious.


"LunarPenguin fell from a high place"

Nice job, Potato!  Even though I wasn't able to find all the secrets (I'll probably replay and see if I can find more stuff), that was really fun!