- Minecraft player ThaMango showcases their impressive jungle temple build, which features multiple levels, detailed walls, and a giant tree on top.
- The player also fully detailed the temple’s interior, including catacombs, trap hallways, mazes, libraries, and loot rooms.
- ThaMango wanted to build one of the largest temples ever seen in the game, incorporating design elements from the original jungle temple.
The jungle temple in Minecraft is the subject of one player’s impressive build, creating something much larger and more detailed than the original in-game structure. Minecraft offers a nearly limitless sandbox for players to make whatever they can imagine, and this recent jungle temple reimagining showcases this creative freedom.
Minecraft has many locations for players to explore, such as jungle temples. Similar to other generated structures, like the desert pyramid and woodland mansion, the jungle temple features loot for players to collect. However, it has an aesthetic that fits the jungle biome in Minecraft. While the in-game structure might blend well with its surroundings, one fan thought the design could be improved.
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In a YouTube video, an expert builder, ThaMango, revealed their incredible transformation of one of Minecraft’s jungle temples. The structure was massive, featuring multiple levels and incredibly detailed walls, which were more than 100 blocks tall. In addition, the creator revealed that another player known as bobgeam had assisted by creating Aztec-themed statues that dotted the build. While there were many standout aspects of the design, one of the most noticeable features was a giant tree that grew from the top of the temple.
In addition to the stunning exterior, the player fully detailed the temple’s interior. Based on the video, players entered the massive structure by going through an opening in the base of the massive tree. They would then fall a great distance into a small body of water in the middle of an enormous room adorned with many finely detailed statues and partially flooded with lava. Besides this impressive main area, some other interior rooms included catacombs, trap hallways, mazes, libraries, and loot rooms.
The Inspiration for the Jungle Temple Build
Beyond ThaMango showcasing their finished design, they also detailed the numerous steps involved in building the structure in a timelapse video. While the player used an in-game jungle temple as a starting point, their final build far exceeded anything normally seen in the procedurally generated worlds of Minecraft. According to ThaMango, they wanted to build to the height limit to create one of the largest temples ever seen in the game. Despite dwarfing the size of the original jungle temple, the builder stated they wanted to incorporate many of its design elements in their custom creation.
It will be interesting to see what creative players like ThaMango come up with in the coming days. Besides this jungle temple reimagining, some other community creations made recently include a functional airship and a snowy mountain road in Minecraft. With the developers expected to add even more features in a major 2024 update, players will likely continue to create noteworthy creations for the foreseeable future.
Minecraft is a sandbox video game that puts players in procedurally generated worlds and offers them no guidance whatsoever in where to go or what to do, creating a sense of freedom that was unparalleled in 2011. Minecraft has gone on to become the highest-selling video game of all time.
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- November 18, 2011