8 Diamonds of Parkour is a top notch Minecraft map that’s been designed for the audience of players that’s looking for a challenging gameplay experience that doesn’t stray too far from the standard Minecraft parkour style. As of recently, we’ve seen a lot of challenging parkour maps surface but one thing worth noting about these maps is the fact that their difficulty is due to their unique gameplay mechanics and not because the level design itself is challenging which is something that some players aren’t all that fond of. Thankfully, though, the 8 Diamonds of Parkour map manages to provide a challenging parkour experience while staying true to the core fundamentals of parkour maps.
8 Diamonds of Parkour consist of eight different levels and every single level feels completely unique. The goal of each level is to parkour through the obstacles and challenges so you can get to the end and collect the diamond but doing so won’t be an easy task because the challenges featured in each one of the levels can be quite difficult to overcome. If you hope to get through this map without getting stuck for too long, you’ll definitely need a firm understanding of the basics of Minecraft parkour.
It’s worth mentioning that, while the goal of each level in 8 Diamonds of Parkour is to collect a diamond in order to progress further, these levels consist of iron ingots as well that aren’t necessary to complete the level but can still be collected if you feel like you need to push your skills to their absolute limit. These iron ingots are a great feature because they give the map some replay value and increase the difficulty for players who want their skills tested. Overall, 8 Diamonds of Parkour is an exceptional parkour map that you’ll absolutely love if you want something challenging and immersive.
How to install 8 Diamonds of Parkour Map?
- Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
- Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
- A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
- In .minecraft you will find another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.