Teke Teke - Minecraft Horror Map Is a Fun Story Driven Custom Map
Teke Teke - Minecraft Horror Map has a different take on spooky custom maps in Minecraft. Instead of throwing lots of jump scares at you, Teke Teke focuses on the story with lots of dialogue. The overall map will last up to 30 minutes, but it’s well worth playing if you like detailed stories.
Here is a look at our review of the Teke Teke map and our opinions on it. At the end, we also have a download link and instructions so that you can try out the map for yourself.
Teke Teke - Minecraft Horror Map Review
As soon as you make your way into Teke Teke, you’re thrown into a school. You quickly find out that two of your classmates have disappeared. As you start to speak to people in school, you learn more about what’s happening around you. We won’t spoil the story, but it’s safe to say that the school in Teke Teke is haunted and whatever is haunting it will come after you.
Teke Teke has plenty of great features to help portray it’s story. All dialogue in Teke Teke has voice acting, so you can follow along with the story as you read, or just listen instead. There are unique 3D models for each character, and along the way you’ll come into a few jump scares as well. Although, the jump scares aren’t the highlight of the Teke Teke map, they are certainly worth a mention.
Teke Teke’s world is also filled with detail and you can learn more about the story just by exploring around. Of course, if you just care for a quick adventure, you can just follow along with the main objectives by listening to the dialogue.
If you’re the kind of person that really likes a scare, I will have to say that whilst Teke Teke features a great story and a few jump scares, there are definitely better maps out there for that straight up fear factor. But it really comes down to what types of maps you prefer the most. Teke Teke is great for story lovers, whilst other maps like Night Shift on Halloween may be more suited for those who want plenty of jump scares instead.
The other criticism I have for Teke Teke is that it has very little player freedom. You are basically on rails and must follow the general storyline. You can go and explore each area and there are some interesting areas to walk through, but generally they provide no purpose to the main story. There is no exploration.
Ultimately, Teke Teke is a heavily story based Minecraft horror map. For many people, that will be exactly what they’re looking for. Everything you need for Teke Teke is in the map itself, so you don’t need to worry about installing resource packs or anything else.
- Great story driven Minecraft horror map
- Voice acting for the dialogue to add more immersion
- Easy to install and play
- Little option for exploration or player choice
- Some jump scares but it’s not too scary
- The map only lasts 30 minutes at most
How do I install Minecraft Horror Map
Download the map file and, using a file extractor, export the contents of the file to a location on your computer. When that’s finished, locate the directory where your Minecraft saves are kept. This will be different depending on the operating system of your computer. If you’re not sure where to look, use the table below:
Just place the Spooner Street folder into your saves folder and just select the save from your Minecraft single player saves list.
The same process applies for multiplayer too, but the location of your saves folder is always different depending on what client or server software you use.