Snake Parkour Map for Minecraft 1.10.1

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Snake Parkour is a pretty intriguing parkour map that provides players with a unique setting that’s quite unlike anything that most usual parkour maps have to offer. While normally you run through regular looking tracks when playing parkour map, in this map you’ll instead be running through tracks that look like snakes. The gameplay of the map isn’t particularly revolutionary since you won’t find any new times of parkour in it but the unique setting is still more than enough to warrant trying it out at least once, especially if you’re a fan of parkour maps in general.

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The Snake Parkour map features a total of 18 different levels, and each level is shaped like a different kind of snake. The difficulty of the map isn’t really that high so you should be able to complete it with relative ease even if you aren’t that adept at playing parkour maps, but it’s still important to keep in mind that the final few levels might cause you to lose your life a few times before you’re able to get through them. The objective in each level is to parkour through the snake shaped level and then find the item that’s been hidden. Once you find the hidden item, you’ll be allowed to move onto the next level.

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One minor flaw with the Snake Parkour map is that some of the jumps seem to be broken. Fortunately, the broken jumps occur few and far in between, and there are multiple workarounds for them as well so they won’t completely stop you in your tracks, but this is still something that could be improved. The play-time of Snake Parkour clocks in somewhere between 20-30 minutes depending on how skilled you are at parkour. The map’s been designed to work with Minecraft 1.10, so it’s best to make sure that you’re on the correct version of the game before using it in order to avoid any potential technical issues.

How to install Snake 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 Snake Parkour Map

for Minecraft 1.10

Credit: BACONATOR842

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