[1.8] Mystery of the Time Keeper Map Download


A brand new custom adventure-mode map built for the latest Minecraft 1.8+ (currently snapshot versions), designed particularly for 1 or 2 players.

Uncover what has happened to time itself, help the villagers of the clock tower, complete multiple side-quests while following the main storyline, go on a huge adventure and see amazing sights, solve puzzles, and ultimately become a saviour – or a destroyer – of the people.



  • Requires Minecraft 1.8+ (Snapshot 14w10c or above).
  • Will NOT work in Minecraft 1.7.5 or earlier!
  • Designed particularly for 1-2 players, but will support small groups!
  • Requires command blocks enabled for servers.
  • Must play in peaceful mode.
  • Must stay in adventure mode (NOT survival or creative!).
  • When you first start the map, have a walk around the spawn room and read some of the signs.
  • Once you step on the pressure pad to start the map, a series of command blocks will set up most of the gamerules for you (eg put you in adventure mode, set map to peaceful mode etc.) – please don’t alter any of these settings afterwards, it will cause problems!
  • Please read the books in the starter cave once you start the adventure, they are VERY short. Also take and keep the “Token List” book with you – this will be an invaluable tool in finding the hidden tokens found throughout the map!
  • If the starting pressure pad or button in the starter room do nothing, then you are NOT running the latest un-modded vanilla Minecraft. You must “Edit Profile” in the Minecraft launcher, and choose “Enable Experimental Development Versions (Snapshots)”, and select “Use Latest Version” (or “14w08a” for a pretty stable earlier snapshot).


  • Mystery of the Time Keeper requires the latest Minecraft 1.8+ (Snapshot 14w10c or above). The map will NOT work with Minecraft 1.7 or earlier. If running on a multiplayer server, you must enable command-blocks, and use the latest 1.8+ vanilla snapshot server files.
  • If you cannot load the map/it isn’t listed, check you didn’t double up the folders when unzipping, eg it should be “/saves/TimeKeeper/level.dat” not “/saves/level.dat” or “/saves/TimeKeeper/TimeKeeper/level.dat”
  • Mac Singleplayer: The same instructions as above, but you must find and navigate to “Finder/Application Support/minecraft/saves”, and unzip the map file into a new folder into this location.

How to install:

Windows Singleplayer/LAN:

  • 1) Download the .zip file onto your desktop (or anywhere you can find it again).
  • 2) Press your Windows Key + R (letter R together with the windows key in the bottom left of your keyboard), and type in “%appdata%” (with the percentage symbols).
  • 3) Enter the “.minecraft” folder, and then navigate into the “Saves” folder.
  • 4) You should now be in a folder similar to: “C:\Users\Your Username\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves\”
  • 5) Unzip the Time Keeper map zip file you downloaded earlier into a folder called “TimeKeeper”, and place this folder into the this “saves” folder.
  • 6) You will now be able to select the map in Singleplayer mode, and can open up to Lan play from there if you like!

Multiplayer Server:

  • 1) Download the .zip file onto your desktop (or anywhere you can find it again).
  • 2) Go into your minecraft server directory.
  • 3) Unzip the Time Keeper map zip file you downloaded earlier into a folder called “TimeKeeper” (for example), and place this folder into your server folder.
  • 4) Alter your “server.properties” file and set the “level-name=” setting to match the map folder name (“TimeKeeper”) or whatever folder name you use. Alternatively, simply name the folder “world” and leave this setting blank in server.properties.
  • 5) Launch your server and connect!

Recommended server.properties settings:



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