How to Download and Install SMP Minecraft Maps
SMP stands for Survival Multiplayer, a game mode where players can collaborate or compete with each other in a shared world. SMP Minecraft maps are custom-made worlds that can be downloaded and installed on your own server or single-player game. In this article, we will show you how to download and install SMP Minecraft maps using the example of Herobrine SMP by ujjwal, a popular map inspired by the Dream SMP series.
Step 1: Download the map file
The first step is to download the map file from the source. You can find many SMP Minecraft maps on websites like Planet Minecraft, where you can browse by tags, categories, ratings, and more. For this example, we will use the Herobrine SMP by ujjwal map, which you can download from this link: https://www.mediafire.com/file/pu49vqdsdywglei/Herobine+Smp+By+Ujjwal.zip/file. The map file is a ZIP archive that contains the world folder and some screenshots.
Step 2: Extract the map file
The next step is to extract the map file using a program like 7-Zip, which is a free and open-source file archiver that can handle various formats. To extract the map file, right-click on it and choose “7-Zip > Extract Here” or “7-Zip > Extract to Herobine Smp By Ujjwal\”. This will create a folder with the same name as the ZIP file, containing the world folder and some screenshots.
Step 3: Locate your Minecraft saves folder
The final step is to locate your Minecraft saves folder, where you store your single-player worlds. The location of this folder depends on your operating system and Minecraft version. For Windows users, the default location is usually
username is your Windows username. You can also access this folder by typing
%appdata%\.minecraft\saves in the Windows search bar or Run dialog box. For Mac users, the default location is usually
/Users/username/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves, where
username is your Mac username. You can also access this folder by typing
~/Library/Application Support/minecraft/saves in the Finder’s Go menu or Terminal. For Linux users, the default location is usually
username is your Linux username. You can also access this folder by typing
~/.minecraft/saves in the Terminal or File Manager.
Step 4: Copy the world folder to your Minecraft saves folder
The last step is to copy the world folder from the extracted map file to your Minecraft saves folder. The world folder is usually named after the map name, such as “Herobrine smp BY UG-Ujjwal”. To copy the world folder, simply drag and drop it from the extracted map file to your Minecraft saves folder. Alternatively, you can right-click on the world folder and choose “Copy”, then right-click on your Minecraft saves folder and choose “Paste”. This will create a copy of the world folder in your Minecraft saves folder.
Step 5: Launch Minecraft and enjoy your new map
The final step is to launch Minecraft and enjoy your new map. To do this, open Minecraft and select “Singleplayer” from the main menu. Then, click on “Create New World” and choose “More World Options”. From there, click on “World Type” and select “Customized”. Then, click on “Customize” and choose “Presets”. From there, scroll down and select “Default”. This will ensure that your new map will have the same settings as the original one. Then, click on “Done” and name your new world as you