This: Indie Jones & The Temple Of Minecraft

By John Walker on October 18th, 2011 at 7:48 am.

This is how to start a Tuesday.

It’s been too long since we’ve had a gratuitously silly, astonishingly epic Minecraft video post. So here’s twenty minutes of Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Minecraft. You know what to do.

Thanks to Luc.

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29 Comments »

  1. Spacewalk says:

    Wowsers.

  2. Jim Rossignol says:

    Impressive stuff.

  3. Avenger says:

    I don’t know what to do. What do I do?

    I push that arrow pointing right?

    Well it doesn’t work… in my country at least…

    • Muzman says:

      Vimeo embeds are often a bit flakey, I find (everywhere, not just here). Click on the ‘Vimeo’ and you should end up at the video’s page.

  4. peetabix says:

    Cool, cant wait to try it.

    A link to the map on Mcschematics.
    http://www.mcschematics.com/index.php?topic=7378.0

    • B0GiE-uk- says:

      Stupid dumb website, i can’t register on it.

    • Hmm-Hmm. says:

      Alternatively try the Mediafire download link: mediafire.com/​?didy1rabjnh4kd6

  5. mjig says:

    I almost skipped this, having gotten bored with Minecraft months ago, as cool as the stuff people are making with it are.

    Glad I didn’t though, those traps and puzzles are amazing, this is easily the best Minecraft creation I’ve seen, since it all has actual gameplay that has been very creatively designed, rather than just being a map that you marvel at.

  6. bill says:

    I thought Vimeo didn’t like gameplay videos? ;-)

  7. DanPryce says:

    I feel so inadequate, considering the best I ever managed in Minecraft was this – http://eternalloadingscreen.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/minecock.png

    • The Tupper says:

      Hey, believe me: you have no reason to feel inadequate.

      Why only this minute Mrs The Tupper passed by my desk, catching sight of said monument and exclaimed: “Woof!”

  8. Casimir's Blake says:

    This kind of abstract 80s/90s platformer abstractery is sorely missing in mainstream gaming, save for the odd Nintendo game. This video reminds me why I play games at all… imaginative, creative puzzles and challenges that were made for the hell of it, for sheer fun. Not for the sake of realism. Bravo sir, excellent map and video.

  9. Tams80 says:

    =O

    Stunning. The platforming element to it really looks great!

  10. tomeoftom says:

    Hamazing.

  11. Shadowcat says:

    > You know what to do.

    I certainly do. *pauses briefly to post this, and then skips to the next story*

  12. egg-zoo-bear-ant will e 91 says:

    Looks a bit impossible for anyone except the designers, but gr8 stuffs. Y ddnt he fly away at end?

  13. The Tupper says:

    There’s no way you could survive an adventure like that without a Fedora.

  14. Hmm-Hmm. says:

    That is just amazing. I can’t imagine the work that must have gone into this.

  15. Fullforce says:

    Superb. My real question though, is that a Goa’uld mothership at the end there to the left of the Finish sign? And what’s that huge spaceship-looking thing in the background? MYSTERIOUS.

  16. Tony M says:

    Internet people are completely mad. Wonderfully, beautifully mad.

  17. Urthman says:

    If it weren’t for the music I’d say it remind me of Prince of Persia more than Indiana Jones.

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  19. Ergates_Antius says:

    That was…. remarkable.

  20. Synesthesia says:

    Well, that’s nothing. I’ve made about 10 dark cobblestone houses, and i have melons. I dont think indiana had melons. So suck on that.