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What is Adventure Mode in Minecraft?

What is Adventure Mode in Minecraft?

Minecraft has evolved a lot in recent years. Players use to just be able to do basic crafting and combat on previous versions, but modern versions are so much cooler. The advent of Adventure Mode in Minecraft has further altered the landscape. You will often find custom maps on Minecraft Marketplace in Bedrock Edition that rely on this mode. This guide will attempt to explain why that is. Here’s a guide on everything you need to know about Adventure Mode in Minecraft.

What is Adventure Mode in Minecraft?

The mode was first added in its most basic form in 2010, and was massively expanded over the years. The formal Adventure Mode debuted in version 1.3.1 and enabled basic commands that players could then use. Players had new ways to interact with crafting systems and other basic mechanics. The current version of Adventure Mode in Minecraft is much more complex, enabling some serious impressive maps to be made.

Adventure mode is a game mode intended for player-created maps, limiting some of the gameplay in Minecraft to make it more focused. The goal is to give server admins more control over their worlds, offering unique features not present in Survival or Creative. The features enabled here are often more restrictive, but similar. While Adventure Mode turns off your ability to destroy blocks directly, you can still interact with the rest of the game in other ways.

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Adventure mode is similar to Survival in that players can still be damaged, much like the normal game mode. The core difference is that block destruction and other block interactions are restricted. Players with only the correct permissions can even interact with blocks, as a measure to prevent griefing on custom maps. And since custom maps often rely on Redstone coding and other features to work, the interactions are often more complex, and protected by server permissions.

Surviving in Adventure mode can be extremely hard since breaking blocks is normally disabled. That is why most map creators create alternate ways to give players items and food, among other rewards. You will have to adjust you play based on the map to be able to survive.

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