G.Y.R., Green Yellow Red for short, is an engaging puzzle map featuring a very intriguing setting that players are certain to enjoy. The aim of G.Y.R. isn’t really to innovate or add anything groundbreaking into the usual parkour formula but instead to provide players with the fast-paced, straightforward and challenging experience that many parkour maps are known for. The map couples its fast-paced gameplay with some pretty impressive level design and is overall more than capable of keeping players hooked for the entirety of its duration. It’s longer than the average parkour map so it should keep you entertained for quite some time should you choose to get into it.
The G.Y.R. map has 20 levels that you’ll get to enjoy and the core objective in every single level is to parkour through it and get to the button at the very end. Once at this button, all you have to do is press it and by doing so, you will be taken into the next level. The core gameplay pattern stays the same throughout the entire map, but the thing that does change is how challenging the levels are. The first few levels are pretty easy to complete, but after these are done, you will have to face some pretty difficult parkour sequences that will probably cause you to fail multiple times before you get through them.
In G.Y.R. you’ll need to abide by a few rules in order to have the best possible experience. The rules say that you can’t break blocks, can’t place any new blocks and have to play in game mode 0 so as long as you stick to these, you should be just fine. G.Y.R. has been made to run on any Minecraft version between 1.9 – 1.9.4 so before installing it you need to make sure that you’re on one of the correct versions because otherwise, you’re almost certain to face compatibility problems.
Green Yellow Red Map Rules
- 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. 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 G.Y.R. Map
for Minecraft 1.9.X