RageQuit Parkour Map for Minecraft 1.9.4


You can probably tell that you’re in for a challenging experience simply by reading the name of the RageQuit Parkour map. The map has been designed to allow players to test their parkour skills and push them through the limit. A lot of new parkour maps that come out nowadays solely focus on adding new gameplay elements into the mix to provide players with a refreshing experience but this particular map doesn’t follow in that trend. Instead of implementing new gameplay mechanics, RageQuit Parkour gives players the classic parkour gameplay but makes it significantly more challenging than usual.



In the RageQuit Parkour map, you’ll have to overcome 20 different levels, each with its own unique design. The pacing of the levels is pretty steady since the first few are quite easy to complete whereas the final few are next to impossible unless you’re highly skilled at Minecraft parkour. The thing we like most about this map is the fact that each individual level seems to have a completely unique design and has its own distinct challenges to offer thereby making sure that the gameplay doesn’t become dull or repetitive no matter how long you play the map for.



As for play-time, RageQuit Parkour is probably going to take a lot more time to complete as compared to a run-of-the-mill parkour map and this is primarily because of how challenging it is. You’ll probably need to retry the later levels over and over again before you finally get the hang of things and can overcome the challenges. Onto the technical side of things, there are hardly any bugs or glitches in the map so your experience should be fairly smooth and without any issues. It’s important to note that the map has been made to run on versions of Minecraft that are at 1.9.2 or above so if you’re on a version of the game that’s lower than 1.9.2 then you’ll need to upgrade.

How to install RageQuit 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 RageQuit Parkour Map

for Minecraft 1.9.X

Credit: JJCunningCreeper