Did you know that you can import your Minecraft worlds to Adventure Box?
Well, you probably did, because I mentioned it in previous tutorials…
Anyway, this is a great feature if you want to play with friends who don’t have Minecraft or they have Minecraft and you don’t.
Or if you’re worried about trolls destroying your world.
Or maybe you want to create, say, an RPG Minecraft mod, but you’re not sure how to do it.
So here, we’ll show you how to import Minecraft worlds to Adventure Box!
- First, find where the folder is located on your computer.
Windows: Press the Windows key and R to bring up the Search function and type (Or copy and paste from here) %appdata%\.minecraft\saves
Mac: Open the search window and type (Or copy and paste from here) ~/Library/Application Support/Minecraft/saves
Linux: You can find the files in ~/.minecraft/saves
- Then, just drag the file within these dotted lines.
The larger the world is, the longer it’ll take to import it. You don’t have to be logged in – You’ll get an email sent to the email address you used to create your account when the world is ready.
- The world has been imported! Edit away!
- Right now, the supported versions of Minecraft are versions up to V1.12.
- The worlds in Adventure Box have a set height of 128 blocks. But we will try to import as much of your world as possible.
- The maximum file size for the worlds is 50 MB. If your world weighs more, but you still wish to import it, send us an email at email@example.com, and we’ll do what we can to help.
- Adventure Box and Minecraft DO work differently, so not all features from the Minecraft map, such as redstone-activated mechanisms, will be imported. You can use Adventure Box’s mechanics to modify similar functions, however.
- If you want to import a downloaded Minecraft map from a map-sharing site, make sure that the file is unzipped before you import it.
And please make sure to give proper credit to the original map maker in the description of your game and leave a link to the original map! Yes, maps on sharing sites are meant to be shared, but without proper credit, you might still be accused of being a thief and that’s no fun at all! I’d recommend asking the original map maker if it’s OK to upload their world to Adventure Box.
And that’s all there is to it!
Have fun editing and sharing your Minecraft world!
Next time, we’re gonna talk about importing worlds from Google Maps!
If you prefer videos for instructions, you can watch our Youtube tutorial here:
And for further questions, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Or join our Discord server: https://discord.gg/eutfugR
The Adventure Box Team