Color Run is a two player game map that draws a bit of inspiration from PvP and survival maps in order to give players an exciting gameplay experience that they won’t be disappointed with. Before we head into the specifics of this map, though, we want to highlight that this map has designed specifically to work with two players so you’ll need to have a friend with you if you want to enjoy the experience that it has to offer. The learning curve of the map isn’t particularly high either, so you’ll be able to play it without trouble even if you aren’t proficient at playing PvP maps.
The Color Run map, as the name suggests, consists of running from color to color. The map requires players to stay agile, and the goal is to go to the correct color before the end of each round. If you don’t get to the correct color at the right time, you’ll lose your life, and your opponent will win. One important twist that you’ll need to keep in mind, though, is the fact that the map doesn’t let players jump and all players have a constant slowness effect on them so you’ll need to have quick decision making or you won’t be able to make it to the colors in time.
One rather peculiar thing to keep in mind about Color Run is the fact that it tends to lag at times but, fortunately, this issue comes with an easy fix as all you have to do is utilize Optifine when you play this map because it ends up remedying most frame-rate issues that occur in the map. Color Run has been designed to function on Minecraft 1.12.2, so you’ll need to be on the same version of the game if you want to play the map.
How to install Color Run Map?
- Download the map!
- Unzip the archive.
- Drag and drop the folder “Color Run” into “C:\Users\*USER*\AppData\Roaming\.minecraft\saves”
- Start Minecraft.
- Select and play the map!