Proofs Parkour Paradise is a parkour map for players who want something that’ll keep them hooked from the first moment to the last. Parkour maps have a history of being challenging but, while these maps are definitely quite intense to play, they can feel rather repetitive at times because they keep giving players repetitive scenarios to parkour through. Proofs Parkour Paradise, on the other hand, features a variety of different environments and these are sure to give players a refreshing experience as they make their way through the map and overcome all the challenges that it brings to the table.
Proofs Parkour Paradise features a total of six different challenges, and each individual challenge in the map has ten different stages that players have to complete. The challenges start off pretty easy but, as you progress through the map, they’ll gradually keep ramping up in difficulty and, by the time you’ve reached the last few challenges, the difficulty will be insanely high and will definitely push your parkour skills to the limit. The thing that makes this map worth playing, though, isn’t the steadily ramping up difficulty but rather the fact that each challenge brings distinct new environments to the table for players to enjoy and these unique environments manage to keep the experience fresh and interesting until the very end.
The Proofs Parkour Paradise map is great for both newcomers and parkour veterans because the first few challenges of the map are great for newcomers who are trying to test their skills in a slightly more challenging than usual environment whereas the final challenges are great for seasoned parkour veterans who want a way to test their skills. All said and done, though, Proofs Parkour Paradise is an exceptional map that’s going to be enjoyed by pretty much everyone who tries it out.
How to install Proofs Parkour Paradise 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.