Pure Flow is a Minecraft map for players who are either new to the parkour map category or simply cannot deal with the rage-inducing experience that most traditional parkour maps have to offer. As enjoyable as traditional parkour maps are, there’s no doubting the fact they’re a bit too intense for players who are new to playing Minecraft and players who don’t really have a solid understanding of how parkour mechanics work in this game. Pure Flow, on the other hand, is a great map that delivers a simple, straightforward and highly addicting experience that isn’t challenging and, therefore, can be enjoyed by pretty much anyone.
The Pure Flow comes with a total of three different levels to enjoy and perhaps the most intriguing thing about the map is the fact that there’s no real sequence to the level and there aren’t any set in stone rules to follow so you can play whichever one you seem to prefer the most and play the other ones afterwards. As mentioned earlier, the map isn’t challenging at all so you’ll be able to make your way through it without any trouble at all as long as you understand the basic gameplay concepts of Minecraft. The hardest thing in the entire map is a single four block jump but even this should be fairly easy to execute once you get the hang of things.
It’s important to remember that the Pure Flow map is single player only and the lack of a multiplayer mode isn’t really surprising in this particular case because playing with, or against, other live players in a map as simple as this one wouldn’t really be all that appealing. All said and done, Pure Flow is a great map for players who are either new to the parkour category or those who don’t want to go through the infuriating challenges that traditional parkour maps provide.
How to install Pure Flow 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.