Generate a random maze!
Disallows inside mazes:
- New, Delete, Load, Unload Maze's
- Control width, path width
- Control outer-wall-blocks, inner-wall-blocks, floor-blocks, roof-blocks
- Set how many Block Per Second (BPS) to use whilst generating the maze
- Stops falling blocks (sand, gravel)
- Stops creatures spawning
- Stops leaves decay
- Stops explosions
- Stops water/lava flow
- Stops fire
- Stops normal player from breaking blocks
To make a maze like the one above:
- Stand where you want the middle of the maze to be
- /maze new <maze-name>
- /maze edit set width 100
- /maze edit set height 20
- /maze edit set path 2
- /maze edit add inner Leaves
- /maze edit add outer Log
- /maze edit add floor Glowstone
- /maze create
By default the bps is 1000 BPS, this can be changed in config or in game. When you do /maze create it will tell you how fast the maze is being generated (BPS). The plugin splits the BPS over all the current mazes being generated, for example if the BPS was 1000 and two mazes are being generated the BPS for each maze would be 500.
To change the BPS in-game:
- /maze generator set bps <amount>
Generator Mazes, Cool Features Coming soon
The idea is awesome but when i want to set the width its say ,,is not compatible with the path, use 51 or 49. If i use one of the numbers it says the same with other numbers. Every time :/
Changing the Hight did nothing. No complete message, no error message just nothing.
Last thing: The labyrinth has no entry and no exit. Where does it start?
To much Problems to get more then 3 Stars.
(Minecraft Spigot 1.11.2)
Excellent plugin. only problem is it would offset the center 1 block north west. but that is very easily fixed by marking where you want the center, then moving 1 block southeast before doing /maze new (name)
would be awesome if you could have it also generate a start point and finish point in the outer walls. maybe even have minigame style commands/signs that players can click on to warp to a maze, then warp them back to selection room when they click on the finish sign.
created a 97 block wide, 1 wide path 4 level maze using this plugin. manually adding in steps to go from 1 layer to another, having to go up and down several times. it got my players raging XD but they all love it. fastest time through that maze was 4 hours 9 minutes. lol.