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Minecraft Bedrock: Abstraction Gifts Review


Minecraft Bedrock: Abstraction: Gifts Review 

This map was made by Jigarbov Productions. They have made maps such as the full Abstraction series and papercraft series. Bedrock: Abstraction Gifts is on the Minecraft Marketplace for 310 Minecoins. It is available in a bundle along with 7 other abstraction maps for the sale price of 1170 Minecoins.

Abstraction Gifts is a survival based map around the theme of Christmas. It can keep you occupied for many hours if you have a few space Minecoins and you want to try out some content by Jigarbov Productions or if you want to get into the festive spirit.

Abstraction Gifts has a lot of benefits to the players who decide to purchase and play this map. It can help you to progress your parkour skills as you attempt to climb from branch to branch and from ornament to ornament while you try to collect all of those very colourful blocks to complete the monument.

If you decide to go into creative and fly around map to see it from a distance away, you will see that looks like a real Christmas tree (that is doable in Minecraft) and makes you think “Am I small or is everything really big?”

The tree is not the only part of this map. There are also some big presents at the base of the tree which contain some…. interesting surprises… maybe a mob or 2…

To help you along the way, there are baubles around the tree which contain certain resources such as iron ore, diamond ore and coal blocks to help you along the way. These are contained in stained glass.

To add on to the challenge of the map, it can get dark as you go further into the tree. It can really test your skills to see if you can see well in the darkness of this very festive map. This happens both in the day and in the night.

Overall,  this map is a great way to get you into the festive mood or if you want to relive the festive season while in the middle of July. I would recommend this map for survival players who want to try out something different and who also want to get better at parkour.

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I am a big Minecraft player. I started in 2014 on the Xbox 360 and have since progressed to the Bedrock Engine of the game. I mainly focus on updating people with Minecraft news that may go unnoticed in the community as well as doing content updates and reviews. I am also a big fan of racing games.

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Kieran

I am a big Minecraft player. I started in 2014 on the Xbox 360 and have since progressed to the Bedrock Engine of the game. I mainly focus on updating people with Minecraft news that may go unnoticed in the community as well as doing content updates and reviews. I am also a big fan of racing games.