Here's the link to the Survival Map you spent so much time on:
It's a large world, once you download and unzip the file (ask a parent for help), use your name in the world. If you use your name like at camp you'll have all your resources. If you use a different name you'll have to get your resources.
Here's instructions on how to load a map taken from Placing the MapOnce you have the map pack, it’s time to navigate to the save folder of your Minecraft profile. By default, the save folder is in the following location:
WindowsC:\Users\[yourusername]\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves\Mac OS/Users/[yourusername]/Library/Application Support/Minecraft/saves/Linux/home/[yourusername]/.minecraft/saves/This is the location where all your existing Minecraft worlds are located and, if you place a downloaded save (which is what the map pack is) in the folder, it will appear in the list of games available when you launch Minecraft.
Remember, if you have created multiple profiles as we discussed in an early lesson, the save folder will be a sub-directory of that new profile folder. For example, if you make a profile specifically for playing older 1.6.4 adventure maps, you’ll need to place the maps in that folder (e.g. /.minecraft-164maps/saves/) and then load that profile in order to play the map.
Go ahead and extract the contents of the map pack you downloaded into the save folder. Note the name of the world. The name of the folder the world extracts to is the name that will appear in the Minecraft world menu.
Loading the MapFire up Minecraft and navigate to your saved game by clicking on the Single Player button. There you’ll find the map you just dumped in the save folder labeled “Mountain Sky Village.”
Note: The red text in the name of this map is a flourish added by the mapmaker and isn’t an indicator added by Minecraft to indicate the map is downloaded or different.
Click on the map and select “Play Selected World” to load it like a regular game map.
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