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A lot of modification packs do not take the time to indulge in world building. It’s not usually something that’s necessary, especially when you’re just giving players new options for their Minecraft experience. But, on occasion, you do get those mods which take the time to establish a world and create a narrative, which is incredibly rare and usually quite a bold decision. In this case, The Aftermath has demonstrated that it is an example of narrative creation that works well. Strap yourselves in, because this is going to be interesting.
The Aftermath takes us to deep space. But this is not the happy-go-lucky world of Star Wars or the safe, clean environments of Star Trek. This is deep space in a mining station. You awaken to find yourself on your own - your friends and crew are dead or missing. As you begin to explore the station to try and piece together what happened, you start to hear noises. What you didn’t know is that you’re not alone on the station, and whatever’s out there lurking in the dark, it’s coming for you. With a plot like that, you just know that you’re going to be in for an incredible experience from the outset.
This may be set in deep space, but don’t think for even a second that it is not incredibly realistic. There are so many different factors that play into your survival that it becomes impossible to tell whether you’re going to make it out in one piece or not. Thirst, heat, hunger - they’re all factors that feature prominently here and it’s incredible to witness. Absolute control is yours and yours alone - you get to see the impact that your actions have on the environment and your chances of survival.
The introduction of a plot is not something that will ruin the creative process either. You don’t have to worry about whether or not you’re going to be able to explore one particular place or do one thing - you have the freedom to figure things out at your discretion. What you do have to be aware of is that there can be a lot of different consequences to taking large amounts of time for exploration - depleting your water or food supplies for example. You have to balance your objectives with your resources and it’s done so in a way that isn’t necessarily unfair but can be appropriately challenging at times.
So in conclusion, the Aftermath is an interesting take on the survival horror franchise, coupling with Minecraft to deliver something ultimately satisfying. What you choose to do with your time is up to you, but you should know that there are many different mechanics and options that will influence the way you play the game. It’s challenging to make sure that you have come up with the best possible options, and that you find a way to enhance your experience based on what you encounter. Survival is the core element here, and the way that it is implemented is genuinely interesting.Make your own The Aftermath server today!
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