Nico_The_Pro has been behind a variety of exceptional parkour maps and, as it turns out, he’s done it again with the Random Parkour Generator map. This is a map for players who always want to be kept on their toes since there’s absolutely no way to predict what’s going to come next and the gameplay is filled to the brim with intense moments during which even the slightest of missteps can mean the different between dying and progressing further. The map’s based on a completely fresh gameplay concept so it does have its fair share of bugs like blocks not appearing at times and the playing field not resetting properly but, overall, it’s very well designed and more than capable of getting anyone hooked.
As the name suggests, the Random Parkour Generator map doesn’t really feature the standard level-based progression system that you’re probably used to by now. Instead, you simply play the map as you would play an endless runner game and the map will keep generating jumps for you to execute and other challenges for you to work your way around. The dynamic gameplay of the map feels like a breath of fresh air since there’s no way to tell what’s coming next and, due to this, players will always have to stay sharp if they hope to progress further.
It’s worth remembering that the Random Parkour Generator map isn’t truly endless since the amount of parkour is limited to the number of command blocks that the map consists of. However, the actual amount of blocks is quite high, so the map goes on for a pretty long time as long as you can keep executing all the jumps properly without dying. All said and done; Random Parkour Generator is a creative parkour map that needs a bit more polish but, overall, it’s a delight to play.
How to install Random Parkour Generator 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.