Elementary Jumps is a rather unique parkour map that, instead of challenging players and pushing them to their absolute limits, has been designed to give them a more laidback experience in which they won’t be infuriated at every other step because of some obstacle challenge or jump that they can’t seem to get across. It’s still worth remembering, though, that this map is recommended for veterans only because it comes with a variety of different parkour types and you’ll need to be familiar with them in order to make sure that you don’t struggle as you make your way through the map.
The Elementary Jumps map consists of ten different levels and each individual level focuses on a different parkour type. Some of the levels are fairly easy but some of them can be quite challenging, even if you understand the basics of the parkour type behind them so you might die a few times over the course of the map. All things considered, though, the difficulty of Elementary Jumps is a lot less than that of most other run-of-the-mill parkour maps because it doesn’t have as many infuriating jumps and obstacles present in it.
Another great feature in the Elementary Jumps map is the fact that it comes with its own achievement system that allows players to acquire achievements if they deliver exceptional performances in a certain level. Each level has its own achievement for players to collect and this is great because it gives the map quite a bit of replay value since you can play it all over again after completion in order to collect any achievements that you might have missed out on early on. All things considered, though, Elementary Jumps is a great map that’s fun to play and isn’t too challenging for the players.
How to install Elementary Jumps 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.