Wild West 1.19.2 Ya hear me, partner? It’s time to grab yer stirrups and yer spurs because this is one rootin-tootin’ sort of PVP map. Yee-haw!
What is Wild West 1.19.2?
Wild West 1.19.2 is a Minecraft minigame map designed to bring the classic ‘Cowboys versus Indians’ game straight into the Minecraft world.
The game works like any classic team death match. Players will choose one team to side with, namely, the cowboys or the native Americans. The cowboy team spawns in a sturdy wooden foundation stocked with guns (bows), bombs (creeper eggs), and horses, while the native Americans are given caches of tomahawks (hatchets), bows, and arrows.
What is the Wild West 1.19.2 map like to play?
There is a nice and balanced variety in what each team is given to battle with. While it might first seem the Cowboy team has an unfair advantage, the opposing side has a few little unique items to use to balance the playing field.
The map itself is definitely well-suited for a wild west cowboy map, and there are a few nice touches that keep the gameplay from getting stale and prevent any meta-strategies from forming too early. There are few map features that allow for some strategic formations to take place. Even the most direct and obvious route of the wooden bridge has gaps to fall through, so gameplay is always changing.
The build quality, however, is unfortunately not all that impressive. The terrain, though very appropriate and thematically striking, is just the vanilla Minecraft badlands biome. A little creative terraforming would have been a great way to make the map a bit more visually pleasing. I felt as if there was a lot of potential in creating custom-sized mesas, cacti, and even mine shafts that unfortunately don’t make more than a brief appearance.
Invisible blocks also give this map the structure it needs to prevent the action from getting spread too thin. However in some areas, particularly in the cowboy spawn, the invisible walls got a bit annoying and felt very restrictive. On a minor note, on the map’s very little amount of signage and text, there are numerous spelling mistakes and grammatical errors. Not a massive deal, but certainly not a positive either. We may be cowboys, but we take spelling seriously, dagnabbit!
To summarise, despite its basic structure and game mechanics, this little minigame still has its charms and is certainly still worth checking out. It would definitely make a great addition to a server that already has a collection of minigames to choose from. And in combination with some other custom content, I think this map would flourish with a healthy amount of players to duke it out with.
What are the Wild West’s pros?
✔Fun, fast-paced minigame
✔Simple, pick-up-and-play kind of gameplay
✔Fun thematic setting
What are the Wild West’s cons?
X Simple build style
X Requires a good amount of friends or an active server
X Poor English and grammar errors
How do you install the Wild West 1.19.2 map?
Fancy yourself a gunslinger? Looking to pony up and settle some scores with a duel or two? Then keep reading to see how to quickly and easily install the Wild West 1.19.2 map.
If you’re looking to try this map out for single-player, first download the map. Once the map is downloaded, export the contents of the zip file into a location of your choice. When that’s finished, take your now unzipped folder entitled “Wild West” and place it into your “saves” Minecraft folder. This can be found in the following directories:
Once it’s there, just boot up Minecraft and select the world from your single-player world list.
If you want to use this as a PVP map for your server, then depending on your client software you’ll need to locate where the level.dat file is stored. Simply replace that folder with the downloaded Wild West 1.19.2 folder.
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Wild West 1.19.2 (Compatible with 1.14.4) Minecraft Map Download Links
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