Let’s say you are bored and want to make a gimkit map! Well there are three things you shouldn’t do:
- Post another help topic
- Spin the wheel (You might end with something you never liked)
- Tell everyone in a guide about ideas that these ideas aren’t fun
So, I made this guide and will keep adding more and more things to this guide. There are 3 ways to spark creativity…
Previous Map Ideas
*The Wonka maps…
Wonka Map Tutorial
*The Super Bowl LVII
*A minigame map where you can vote for a seperate map (courtesy of @That_guy)
*Minecraft (courtesy of @JDAT_Is_Cool)
*RPGs (courtesy of @Bobthebuilder123)
You could use this to make your own maps based on this, or you could just follow what they did.
Add devices and props and jumble stuff around to make a map
This is best for creativity and originality. It gives you something fun to do, because sometimes it gets too hard for you to follow any guides.
(If you ever use this and want to share a map, you can ping me on the discord, or email me!)
Mix some games up!
Play some games that you and your friends like and combine your favorite parts of it to create a gimkit map!
This is honestly my favorite one, because you make something you really like, and you build some skills! You can even put your block coding skills to the test!
Have you finally realized how many ways there are to find map ideas? If you have more map ideas, or strategies for making maps, comment below and I will add them.