While it might not seem as such at first sight, Motor Course is actually a parkour map and it’s been designed for players who’ve grown tired of the standard parkour formula that’s been around for quite a few years now. Most parkour maps revolve around controlling your character to execute challenging jumps and avoiding obstacles and, while gameplay of this particular sort is certainly quite engaging, it tends to get old if every other map is doing the same thing. Motor Course, on the other hand, manages to provide players a refreshing experience by drastically changing the way parkour maps are played so, if you’re looking for something fresh and innovative, your search ends right here.
Instead of putting players inside magical volcanoes or some other fantasy land, the Motor Course map puts players in the middle of highway traffic. Your goal is to jump from one car to another in order to get to the end while simultaneously making sure that you don’t fall down because, if you do, you’ll more than likely get run over by an incoming car and will end up losing quite a lot of progress. There are various checkpoints across each level and you should definitely remember to step on each one of them as it can be extremely helpful later on if you end up dying.
The Motor Course map comes with a total of six levels and the difficulty keeps ramping up as the time goes by so you’ll definitely need to bring your best if you hope to make your way through the map with as few deaths as possible. One tiny complaint we have is the fact that Motor Course isn’t multiplayer so you’ll have to play it by yourself but, all things considered, this is still an exceptional map that’s well worth trying out because of how well-crafted it is.
How to install Motor Course 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.