Landscaped Jump and Run is a parkour map for players who are fans of the gameplay that the parkour category has always been renowned for but are looking for a map that’s more scenic than usual. Parkour maps are usually great fun to play but the settings that they take place in are often uninspired and this takes away from the experience a bit. Landscaped Jump and Run, on the other hand, is a map that not only offers the tried and true gameplay that these maps are renowned for but, alongside this, it also offers players some delightful views as well and these make for a much more enjoyable time.
At its core, the Landscaped Jump and Run map offers the same core gameplay concepts that have made parkour maps so fast-paced, intense and enjoyable so, if you’ve played any map of this sort before, you’ll feel right at home with Landscaped Jump and Run. On the other hand, though, you’ll have a delightful time even if this is your first parkour map because it doesn’t have any overly complex gameplay mechanics and can definitely act as a nice introductory map. The map has a total of three different stages ranging from easy to quite challenging and each of these stages is a delight to go through.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
The Landscaped Jump and Run map seems to be solid on a technical level and should operate without any major issues as long as you have command block and sound enabled. It’s recommended that you disable the nether through the config when playing this map as it’ll cause quite a bit of trouble otherwise.
All said and done, Landscaped Jump and Run is the perfect map for players who want a parkour experience that’s backed up by top notch visuals and stunning sights that they can enjoy as they make their way through the map.
How to install Landscaped Jump and Run 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.