In the Monster Arena, created by Blockmatic Studios, you can fight monster hordes with your friends. Kill monsters to get coins to buy better gear in the shop. For each round you survive, you will receive Sparks that you can use to purchase skills such as a helping golem or a healing field. You can fight the monsters with 2 to 7 other players.
When the game starts, players can enter the store for the first time to buy their equipment. During the rounds, killed monsters drop coins that can be spent on new equipment. The shop opens every 2nd round. Players who survive a round receive 5 Sparks, if they die, they lose 2 Sparks. With the Sparks, players can buy skills in the Spark Shop (accessible via the water portal in the shop). The current skills are "Field of Healing," "Field of Strength," "Helping Cat," and "Helping Golem." The Spark Shop opens after the 5th round. To activate the item from the Spark Store, you must click on the ground in the arena with them.
The final consists of several waves. A wave does not end until all monsters have been killed. Players can not be revived during the final.
- The number of players can only be changed by the host of the map.
- Each round lasts 2 minutes. The players have 1 minute to equip themselves in the shop.
- A single-player mode is currently not supported. You must invite at least 2 more players to play.
- Players who wish to enter the arena while a game has already started are automatically teleported to the spectator seats.
- Players who leave the world during a running game can rejoin the world within the same round to continue playing. If a new round has begun, they are teleported to the spectator seats and can no longer participate in the game.
- We recommend that you equip yourself well for the final. And do not forget to buy enough arrows 😉
Copyright guidelines: The map was built by the Blockmatic Studios. For the trees, the free Treepack was used by SpringstofMC. Click here for the Planet Minecraft page. It is expressly forbidden to use this map for commercial projects or to publish them as an own project.