The Code – Each and every room has something different for you, small rooms, but the rooms will keep you pacing back and forth trying to figure out the code.
The Code is filled with many puzzles that will tickle or tangle the mind. Things may look simple, but the answer may lie outside of the box, or it could be the exact opposite whereas it could look completely complicated and you’re just over thinking things. With the creator to greet you with a medieval style, you’re taken down a long hallway with many rooms, each with there own mechanics used for different types of puzzles. Your intellectual being and creative personality is tested here with objects, colors, pictures, and numbers. You’ll be taken through the complicated additions of math, the beauty of art, and the grim resolve of dying to obtain codes to the next room. Challenge your mind to walk down the hallway.
The Code is a unique puzzle map that uses the scanning system that reads items to unlock the next stage. At the start of the map, you’ll see an anvil, paper, a button, and a cauldron. The cauldron is the scanner that scans any object that’s been dropped into it, but the only thing you should drop in there is the paper. Each room contains a puzzle that will give you a code, sometimes there might be a certain way you’ll have to leave before you can properly use the code to unlock the next room. When you think you’ve got the code, test it by renaming the piece of paper with the anvil and dropping it into the cauldron to scan. As you progress, it only get’s tougher and more creative. Some rooms might move around where you think of something unoriginal, or something that’s very simple yet fooled that it looks complicated.
The map contains a a long hallway consisting of 30 rooms and 30 puzzles. Each puzzle is unique it’s own way, they’ve been created using new styles with the current version, and old concepts from younger versions. All of these features are ran behind the scenes from what the new version have to offers. A lot of redstone to wire the puzzles and reading of the scanner. All of that connected to one switch which powers the whole network, is quite a puzzle of it’s own. Not only are the concepts stylish in it’s own way, the map has it’s feature that makes it look more of a facility, where codes power entry of players. Can you complete the 30 puzzles before you run out of chances? They are limits, so think carefully before you make a rash decision.
Some maps have some rules. Here’s the rules of this map:
- No rules, the map mechanics will set it’s own rules as you go through each puzzle.
Some maps also have objectives. Here’s the objectives of this map:
- Complete the all 30 puzzles and retrieve the codes.
Note: This map consists of the following:
Now for some screenshots of the map.