G.Y.R. 2 Map for Minecraft 1.9.4


G.Y.R. 2, also referred to as Green Yellow Red 2, is the sequel to the first G.Y.R map that was released to the public near the beginning of this month. Much like its predecessor, G.Y.R. 2 doesn’t try to push the boundaries of this map category but still manages to provide players with an addictive and highly enjoyable experience thanks to its top-notch level design and exhilarating gameplay. G.Y.R. 2 plays almost exactly the same as the original G.Y.R., so if you have experience with the first one, you’ll likely get settled into this one pretty quickly.



The G.Y.R. 2 map features twenty levels and what’s most impressive is the fact that, in spite of the rather high-level amount, every single one of the levels feels like a completely fresh experience even though they all share the same core objective which is to get to the end and click the button in order to advance. Throughout the entirety of your playthrough, you’ll never feel that the map is tossing the same type of challenges at you over and over again, and this is exactly what helps keep the entire experience so entertaining from start to finish. Something worth noting is that the initial few levels of G.Y.R. 2 are really easy to complete even for parkour beginners, and this has probably been done to ensure that players have a firm understanding of the map’s mechanics before they have to experience the actual challenges



G.Y.R. 2 can run on any Minecraft client ranging from version 1.9 to 1.9.4 and must be played on game mode 0. If you use this map on any versions of Minecraft other than those we’ve mentioned, then you’ll probably run into a bunch of compatibility and technical issues that you’d much rather avoid. All said and done, this is a fun map that brings to the table a rather addicting experience.


  • Don’t break Blocks
  • Don’t place Blocks
  • Play in Gamemode 0
  • Play in Minecraft version 1.9-1.9.4
  • Don’t cheat

How to install G.Y.R. 2 Map?

  1. Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
  2. Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
  3. A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
  4. 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 G.Y.R. 2 Map

for Minecraft 1.9.X