An example of a minigames map.

A minigame map, also commonly referred to as "minis" is a collection of small platforming rooms that are all connected. Each room would have different little challenges, such as parkour, navigating arrows, and more.

Characteristics of the LevelsEdit


Example of a minigame map as seen from the minimap.

A typical minigame map consists of interconnected rectangular or square rooms of roughly the same size, generally with bright colors for cleaner and better-looking visuals.

Some levels or rooms also have its own difficult rating, often identified by colors or floor it is located.

It is common the creator may put a Coin at the end of every room which then is used to open the next room or the end of the levels by using Coin Doors.