Herobrine is one of the most popular Minecraft characters ever created by the Minecraft community. For those who don’t already know, Herobrine is an evil version of the player. With dead, white eyes and a commitment to killing players, Herobrine is a dangerous enemy that you definitely want to avoid.
So why would you wander into Herobrine’s Mansion, a new adventure map from renowned Minecraft map-maker Hypixel? Well, the only logical reason would be to recapture some of the thrills and chills you experienced this Halloween.
The Herobrine’s Mansion map is already being heralded as one of the best Minecraft maps ever made. Surprisingly, no mods are required in order to play the map. Just download the map file, follow the installation instructions, and begin exploring one of the creepiest and detailed Minecraft maps available today.
Herobrine’s Mansion features an astonishing six unique boss fights. Players fight their way through different levels of the mansion, uncovering story-enhancing command blocks and pushing aside secret bookshelf doorways to discover secret passages. The map can be played in both singleplayer and multiplayer modes, and crashing through the mansion with friends is an intense multiplayer experience.
As you might expect, Herobrine makes an appearance in this map. As the mansion’s owner, he doesn’t take kindly to adventurers stumbling through his home. But before getting to Herobrine, players will have to defeat dozens of his minions.
Whether you’ve played the original Herobrine mod or you just want to see what all the hype is about, Herobrine’s Mansion is a fantastic adventure map. If you’re looking for an entertaining way to kill a few hours of time, then this map can certainly help.
How to install Herobrine’s Mansion Map for Minecraft 1.4.3
Step 1) Download Herobrine’s Mansion right here (no pre-requisite mods are needed for this map)
Step 2) The map’s creator recommends playing the map on a multiplayer server. To install the map in singleplayer mode, simply open the .minecraft/saves folder and copy and paste the map inside
Step 3) Rename the map as World# (# can be 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 and should be a world that you are not currently using)
Step 4) Start up Minecraft and enter the World# you named in Step 3
Step 5) Enjoy!