Amusement Land map for Minecraft 1.14.2 is a creation themepark map that includes amazing 13 roller coasters and various 9 themed areas. Map is created by Fanwasg.
A fun park map featuring amazing 13 roller coaster and 9 theme parks
A very big, fun and beautiful map that contains how we mentioned 13 amazing roller coasters, 9 thematic areas and lots more. In this map at the beginning of the game you can choose your transportation, between pigs, donkeys or horses. Of course, the map is large so the visit will be better with four leg support.
The author has spent a lot of free time, joy, fun and working hours in this map. With the creation of the map, he started from the old Minecraft 1.2 version. He did not touch it until he decided to upgrade it to version 1.13.x and now to 1.14.x. In the new updated version in map has added some new features from the Middle Ages area and new city Entrage, which is also a new entry into the park.
There is also a Dracula Castle with its lovely roller coaster.
The author’s idea is to add 3 new areas in the next upgrades, but so far, enjoy in current map and share your comment below.
Screenshots of Amusement Land map
How to install this map
1. Locate and open the Minecraft application folder.
– Windows OS start Run from start menu and type %appdata% and then click on Run.
– OSX (MAC) open Finder, hold down Alt and click Go, then click on the Library in the top menu bar. Now open folder Applicaion Support and look for Minecraft.
– Linux (most distributions), Minecraft folder is located on /home/yourusername/.minecraft ( dot (.) folder is hidden directory on Linux, so press Ctrl+H to unhide folder, or check in your filebrowser under view or settings)
3. Copy the map file which you just have downloaded into the saves folder, inside of Minecraft folder. Extract from rar/zip archive. Map must be extracted to saves folder and contain its subfolder.
4. Start Minecraft and choose installed map.
Download Amusement Land map
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Creator(s)/Owner(s): Fanwasg | Offical link to map