AnotherMinecraftLP is a popular member of the Minecraft modding community. Called AMLP for short, he has made a map series called Uncharted Territory that is particularly popular.
The Uncharted Territory map series is a Complete The Monument (CTM)-type map. With CTM maps, the goal is to build a monument as you travel throughout the map. In many cases, this monument involves using wool as the main material. Wool blocks are rare and can be found at the end of challenging dungeons.
Uncharted Territory currently has two different maps available. The first, Uncharted Territory I: Learning the Ropes, allows players to explore a large, beautifully-crafted map that is relatively easy for beginners to figure out. As players progress through the map, they’ll encounter increasingly more difficult challenges.
The second Uncharted Territory map is called Uncharted Territory II: Enter the Darkness. As you might have guessed from the ominous name, Enter the Darkness is quite a bit harder than Uncharted Territory I. It’s rated “medium-hard” as opposed to “easy-medium”. Fortunately, Uncharted Territory II starts off easy, which means players can build their confidence before progressing to the more challenging parts of the map.
Uncharted Territory III is currently in development, although the map’s creator – AMLP – has not released any details about it yet.
Like most traditional CTM maps, players can place and break blocks anywhere in the world. There are very few restrictions involved in maps like this, and the goal is to simply survive and build a wool monument.
AMLP’s Uncharted Territory is one of the premier CTM maps available to the Minecraft community today. If you appreciate exploring epic structures in some massive and challenging environments, download AMLP’s Uncharted Territory I or II today.
How to install Uncharted Territory Maps for Minecraft 1.6.4/1.7.2/1.7.4/1.7.5
Step 1) Download Uncharted Territory I or II from its official forum thread. Beginners should start with Uncharted Territory I.
Step 2) Open your .minecraft/saves folder
Step 3) Drag and drop the Uncharted Territory maps into the /saves folder and rename them as World#, where # is anything between 1 and 5
Step 4) Start Minecraft and load whichever World# you just named