Minecraft Infinity Plumber Review

The Minecraft Infinity Plumber is a Store Community World that offers a completely fresh adventure within the game. Created by Jigarbov Productions this pack provides a sewage cleaning adventure. Play alone or with a group to cleanse the randomly generating tube based areas. The goal is to clean out all the random guck you can find and then head back up the toilet to work towards your next level up. Once up top you simply drop the stuff you collect into this specific dispenser and you get to see how much progression you have. I would suggest the inclusion of a tutorial as it did take us a minute or two to understand what our goal was when we started playing.

The world is altered with that and each flick of the generation provides a new area to clean. It's within a set space, but the setup of the tubes and creatures within is always different. Aside from just cleaning things up you can also engage in pvp combat. It works rather well considering the area is somewhat well setup for it however I would have liked more settings to control pvp matches. We weren't aware that after death you're supposed to click a button instead of returning and controlled options for that would have been good.

Minecraft Infinity Plumber Review

The Conclusion

This Infinity Plumber from Jigarbov Productions is a fine map, if you're into cleaning some toilet type stuff up its quite funny. We got a good kick out of it, but didn't really get hooked into the process after spending time cleaning the area once or twice. The pvp is a nice additional option and the layouts of the map were creative. I would have liked some more focus on things, but what was provided is definitely enjoyable. I liked the custom outfits and weapons since they fit in perfectly with the many custom pieces of sewage that you get to clean up. Definitely an interesting and funny map, that's for sure.

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Rating Overall: 7.2

Gamerheadquarters Reviewer Jason Stettner