A Long Day Jumping 2 is the sequel to A Long Day Jumping which, of course, is a parkour map that surfaced a while back. The thing that defined the original map in this series was the fact that it consisted of multitudes of different jumps that players had to pull off properly in order to make their way to the end and, while this might sound like a gameplay concept that would get repetitive after a while, it actually made for a fairly enjoyable experience and this is likely why there’s already a sequel to this map.
The gameplay of A Long Day Jumping 2 is based on the same formula as its predecessor and this leads to a gameplay experience that might be a little challenging but is definitely worthwhile. This is a map that we don’t really recommend getting into if you’re new to parkour in Minecraft as it consists of multitudes of challenging jumps that need to be timed just right in order to pull off but, on the other hand, if you’re experienced with Minecraft parkour and are confident in your abilities to make your way through the map without trouble, A Long Day Jumping 2 will definitely provide you with an engaging experience. A Long Day Jumping 2 also supports multiplayer so, if you want to have a friend alongside you as you make it through all the challenging jumps, this map will give you that option.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
A Long Day Jumping 2 is designed to work with Minecraft 1.12.2 of Minecraft and, up until now, there haven’t been any instances of bugs in this map so it’s unlikely that it’ll cause any technical problems as long as you play it on a version of Minecraft that it’s compatible with which, in this case, is 1.12.2.
Overall, A Long Day Jumping 2 is an extremely well-crafted sequel to the original and it certainly comes recommended from us.
How to install A Long Day Jumping 2 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.