The Olbrück Project aims to create a medieval themed Minecraft RPG centered around castle Olbrück in the south-west of Germany.
It takes place in the 13th Century and tries to recreate the regions of the Brohl- and Vinxt Valley.
The worldmap covers an area of 6.5 x 6.5 km of this region
which we transferred to a Minecraft Map Size of approximately 1100 x 1100 blocks.
This map includes 7 villages, 8 farms, 1 city, 1 castle and a small monastery.
But there are many more interesting places for the player to discover.
The Project is still in work but we want to give you impressions in form of a little teaser.
It's been a while since our last update blog released, but we are still working and improving our map.
We have added many new locations like campsites, quarries and much more.
Furthermore there was plenty to refine regarding the structures of our farmsteads.
For example we added things such as wood processing areas, gardens, outhouses and chicken coops which complete the impression of functionality of a medieval farmstead.
Still there is a lot of work to do. Besides tasks we can easily do ourselves, that only take time we also encountered problems we couldn't solve yet.
Some of those problems concern fundamental features we planned to include in our project.
The implementation of own, not „Minecraft-like“ NPC Models, as well as a RPG and faction system, UI, maybe music and some other technical issues.
All those tasks are too much work for only two people, that are currently working on the project.
If you want to support the project, please don't hesitate to contact us!
Besides improving the map itself, we are also working very hard on implementing new types of weapons to the game and change the looks of the old ones...
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