10 Great Fortnite Creative Codes
Fortnite’s Creative mode is the perfect sandbox to flex your creative muscles. It’s also a great place to check out what others have come up with. Thanks to Fortnite’s incredible popularity, there are tons of great custom creations available to play around with. Simply head to a featured rift, hold down and press the Set Island Code button, and enter the code to start playing. The ten Creative codes featured in this list are some of the best custom creations available.
Choice! A Choose Your Own Adventure Map
Choose Your Own Adventure books have been hugely popular since their introduction in the 1970s. In these books, the reader takes the role of the protagonist and makes decisions that affect the outcome of the story. MIXER-ONSIDEDAFF has taken this concept to Fortnite with Choice! A Choose Your Own Adventure Map. On this island, shown in the following figure, you have to make your way through an epic adventure where every choice you make will impact the type of ending you reach! An interesting narrative and lots of puzzles make for a compelling experience.
Teams of two battle it out with planes, battleships, legendary weapons, and unlimited ammo in SENIX’s action-packed creation. A scene from this island is shown here.
Hoo Baller Pinball Island
In Fortnite, a baller is a ball-like vehicle. HOOSHEN has taken this basic concept to its logical conclusion, creating a pinball course with a clever scoring system. The opening scene of this island is shown in the following figure.
Lundle’s Puzzle Escape!
Escape rooms are popular live action adventure games where a group of players solve a series of puzzles through a combination of strategy and simple trial-and-error. LUNDLEYT has brought this concept to Fortnite, creating five complex multi-step puzzle stages that include all terrain karts, better known as ATKs. The opening scene of this island is shown here.
AZALIAK_IPHONE’s Raft Wars brings naval warfare to Fortnite. Battle it out on dangerous waters with nine rafts and pirate cannons. The opening scene of this island is shown in the following figure.
The Super Nintendo classic Super Mario Kart came out in 1992, launching a series that’s still going strong today and changing the world of video game racing forever. FALCONSTRIKE1998’s Rainbow Road is a surprisingly faithful and feature-packed adaptation of one of Super Mario Kart’s most iconic courses. The opening scene of this island is shown in the following figure.
Larger islands, like Rainbow Road, can take extra time to load. Your patience will be rewarded soon enough!
Snipers vs Runners
Whether you enjoy using sniper weapons, evading sniper fire, or both, there’s plenty to love about BLUDRIVE’s Snipers vs Runners. Team 1 plays the runners and Team 2 plays the snipers. If the runners make it to the end, they win! A portion of the course is shown here.
Parkour, where a person tries to get from one point to another in the fastest and most efficient way possible regardless of obstacles, makes for a great video game concept. Fortunately, Fortnite’s game engine is well-suited to parkour-style gaming. With floating ice platforms and plenty of coins to collect, HIGHPOXIA has done a great job of bringing the concept to Fortnite with Space Parkour!. The opening scene of this island is shown in the following figure.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater’s “Warehouse”
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater set a new standard for skateboarding video games when it was first released for the Sony PlayStation in 1999. The first level of that legendary game took place in a warehouse, which has been recreated for Fortnite by PSYCHECLOPS. In Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater’s “Warehouse”, use a hoverboard-like driftboard to collect coins, puzzle pieces, and toilet paper, as well as just zoom around the course, like in the following figure.
Although an island themed to American rock band, Weezer, might not sound that exciting to non-fans, CRE8’s Weezer World! just might change their mind. It’s a theme park with puzzles, collectibles, and different attractions that include driftboarding, a roller-coaster, a shooting gallery, and parkour. And if you’re a fan of the band, a neat bonus is that Weezer’s music plays in the background! The opening scene of this island is shown.