Minecraft is a square modeled sandbox game. You can create your own worlds and have fun building up houses, and protecting them from Sniping Skeletons, Attacking Zombies, and Exploding Creepers; or you can install a Minecraft Map and have an adventure that someone already set up for you. But some maps are more fun when you have a buddy, so in this post I’m going to teach you how to install a map on your Minecraft server.
First off, here’s a link to a post I made on how to create a Minecraft server: go.geekon.in/mcserver
- Open the minecraft server’s folder, and locate the folder entitled “World”.
Rename that folder as “Default” and refresh the folder.
- Locate the folder on your computer that contains the map inside it.
Drag-and-Drop it into the server folder, and rename it “World”.
It’s as easy as that.
NOTE: MAKE SURE THE “level-name=” IS “World”
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
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