AtmosFear 1 & 2 Adventure Map for Minecraft 1.8

What happens if you were summoned to help a distress call, and ended up in the wrong side of the table? What happens if you can’t even help yourself? Learn to fear the unknown in this wonderful adventure map.

Created by mctkp, AtmosFear is an adventure map set on a mining base on a strange moon, surrounded by evil. Currently the map has two parts, with the second version a sequel to the first.

AtmosFear v1

When something gone terribly wrong on your space travel, you (and your crew if multiplayer) were stranded in a seemingly failing mining camp based on a strange moon in which you need to survive or escape upon.


AtmosFear v2

Jumps at the end of the first version. Your player received a weak distress signal that came from a small moon orbiting the planet Ateria. You were then sent to respond to that render of help only to be caught in the middle of something more chaotic.

While it is not recommended to play the version 2 before playing version 1, it can still be done. But to get the full experience, it is recommended to follow the sequel in order.

AtmosFear maps were designed for singleplayer use, but having companion isn’t prohibited as long as they don’t use voice communications as it interferes with the map’s custom sounds.

The map features a built-in resource pack with custom sounds and animated textures so you don’t have to do any re-setting.

To play these maps properly it is recommended to follow these things:

  • You MUST use the resource pack provided in the download.
  • Command blocks MUST be enabled.
  • NEVER play in peaceful mode.
  • This map was made in 1.8+ to be played in 1.8+

Version 2 Trailer

How to Install AtmosFear
Download the version 1 of the map here. And download the version 2 here.

Hold the Windows key and press R to open the Run… dialog, or access it via the start menu.

Type in %appdata% and navigate to .minecraft\saves

Unzip the .zip file from step 1 and place the folder in this directory.

Run the launcher without mods, select single player, and start the game!

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