Clambering Cubes is a thrill-filled parkour map that’s designed to provide players a highly challenging experience. The map’s been filled to the brim with tons of perils that the players need to provide, and its challenging gameplay coupled with its rather unique setting make it a map that’s worth trying out if you’re looking for something tougher than most run-of-the-mill parkour maps. Alongside its unique setting, the map is also loaded with lots of other great features such as its own custom soundtrack and these features do a great job of setting it apart from other maps in this category.
In Clambering Cubes you either have to survive for as long as possible while overcoming all the parkour related obstacles that it has to throw it you. There are a lot of different factors that make this map as challenging as it is, the first factor being the fact that you’ll have to avoid the blocks that will constantly be falling on you from above. The second thing that makes this map so difficult is the lava that keeps rising up from the ground, in order to avoid this lava you’ll have to go through many highly difficult parkour sequences that you’ll have to execute with the utmost precision because even the smallest misstep may end up with you losing your life.
The Clambering Cubes map features a total of two different game modes; survival and last man standing. The last man standing is a multiplayer mode in which the winner will be the person who can survive for the longest whereas the survival mode is a single-player mode in which you have to get as far as you can on your own. On top of all its other great features, Clambering Cubes also gives players a lot of options through which they can customize their experience according to their preferences. The map’s been designed for Minecraft 1.10 so of course, it’s important that you play it with the correct version of the game to avoid any technical issues.
How to install Clambering Cubes 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.
Download Link for Clambering Cubes Map
for Minecraft 1.10