Memory Parkour Map for Minecraft 1.9.4/1.9

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One common trait that most parkour maps share is the fact that most of their gameplay revolves around raw mechanical skill and the ability to play instinctively. This is ultimately a good thing because it promotes intense and fast paced gameplay in which there’s never a dull moment but one flaw with this play-style is that it tends to get stale after some time and even feels repetitive if you’ve played enough parkour maps. The Memory Parkour map has probably been built keeping this flaw in mind because it combines the raw instinctive gameplay with some memory gameplay in order to provide players with a fresh and engaging experience.

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The reason this is called the Memory Parkour map is because memory plays a pretty key role in it. Most of the gameplay of this map is based around players memorizing the sequence and then getting through it. You’ll be shown the parkour sequence for a total of twenty seconds and during this time you will have to memorize the entirety of it. Once the twenty seconds have passed, the whole track will disappear and you will have to run through it by relying on your memory to tell you where things were. It’s definitely one of the most challenging maps out there so it’s not recommended for parkour newcomers but if you’re an experienced player looking for a challenge then this map will definitely please you.

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Memory Parkour has a total of nine levels and each level follows the same system. The levels get increasingly challenging as you go through them so you should probably expect to fall a whole lot when playing this map. As for a multiplayer mode, it’s not directly supported so there’s a high chance that it won’t work. Memory Parkour requires players to have a render distance of 10 and GUI size set to normal if they want it to function optimally.

How to install Memory Parkour 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 Memory Parkour Map

for Minecraft 1.9.X

Credit: EPICELITE3

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