NOTE: We will be releasing a really, really, cool Roller Coaster on All About MCPE. The only problem … is that the map is SO long that we can’t fit it into one post. So we have decided to describe this map in 4 posts. On the 4th (and last) post, we will be posting the link to this awesome map – so you can try it out for yourself!

>>Check out Part 1 of this map for more information!


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Map Description (Part 2 of 4):

After you get onto the underwater rails, there’ll be a few turns, and then you’ll turn around. You’ll go up, up, and up…until you see that FINALLY the rails are leading down to where the Roller Coaster started.

But what’s this? – the rails aren’t stopping there, they’re leading to another drop!

(Yes, it is a very long – and very exciting – roller coaster!)

Anyways, after the drop you’ll find yourself on some normally generated terrain – and then you’ll find yourself inside a long glass tunnel…with lava coming out from it’s sides.

Eventually, you’ll go down inside a mountain, and you will fall into what looks like a really big brick chimney.

We will be releasing PART 3 of this map VERY SOON – so stay tuned.

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While you’re waiting, though – check out our most popular content (seeds, maps, and more) here!

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