J5T Parkour is an all-purpose parkour map that’s perfect for both newcomers who are just getting started with parkour map and also veterans who have a great deal of experience with Minecraft parkour and can take on any challenge that the map has to offer. The map starts off quite easy but, as it goes on, the gameplay becomes more and more challenging so you’ll need to step up your game while playing this map if you hope to make it to the end of each one of its expertly designed levels.
The J5T Parkour map has a total of 18 different levels and, as mentioned earlier, the difficulty of said levels keeps ramping up as you progress through them. The first few levels are fairly easy since they’re quite short and they have easy jumps but, as you get near the end of the map, the levels will keep getting longer and the jumps in them will become more challenging to execute as well. Even the best of Minecraft parkour players are going to struggle in the map’s final levels so it’s highly recommended that you bring your A game if you hope to make it through to the end of this map.
As far as the core gameplay is concerned, J5T Parkour doesn’t do anything out of the ordinary and revolves primarily around the classical gameplay aspects of Minecraft parkour so you won’t find any new parkour types while playing it. The map is great for players who aren’t particularly fond of all the different parkour mechanics that have surfaced over the years and, therefore, want a simple and straightforward experience that doesn’t come with any unnecessary bells and whistles. Overall, J5T Parkour is a very well rounded parkour map that’s going to cater to a pretty massive audience.
How to install J5T Parkour 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.