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I downloaded a Minecraft map called the Escher Dimension. It is a CTM map. It was in the saves, but it did not show up in Minecraft. It was unzipped. I went inside it to fix the level.dat file, but there was not any file of that name. But there was a data file. What should I do?

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    From the site: "Note that this map comes in datapack form. Installation instructions are in the README.md file and in the trailer."
    – SF.
    Jul 14 at 12:52
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    @SF. That's an answer, please post it as such :)
    – Joachim
    Jul 14 at 12:53
  • @Joachim That's where the answer is.
    – SF.
    Jul 14 at 13:03
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    @SF. Indeed. Which is an answer by itself.
    – Joachim
    Jul 14 at 13:05
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    To the close voters, this is not modded Minecraft because it involves data packs and data packs are not mods. Jul 15 at 6:46
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From the site:

Note that this map comes in datapack form. Installation instructions are in the README.md file and in the trailer.

I've included the contents of the README below.

Download the datapack here.

Run the datapack with the following steps:

  • Open the "Create New World" menu in Minecraft Java Edition 1.16.5
  • Click the "Datapacks" button
  • Drag the downloaded zip file into the game menu
  • Click on the arrow on the datapack to enable it. (It should be on the right-hand side of the screen.)
  • Click "Done", select your difficulty, and create the world
  • When it gives you the warning about experimental settings, click "Proceed"
  • Wait for the first set of dungeons to generate and begin playing!

If you want to update the datapack to the latest version:

  • Open up the the world file you created in the above steps. (This is usually found under %appdata%/.minecraft/saves)
  • Open the "datapacks" folder
  • Delete the zip file that is there and replace it with the newly-downloaded zip file

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