ZenParkour is a simple, straightforward and addicting parkour map that’s been constructed for new parkour players and those veterans who want a laidback experience that comes without any unnecessary pressure. Parkour maps have always had a reputation of being challenging and rage inducing, but ZenParkour is a map that completely breaks the trend. The map provides a simple and laidback experience for players who don’t want the stress of going through tons upon tons of challenging obstacles, and this is why it’s going to appeal to a large audience of players because both parkour newcomers and veterans can play the map without any trouble.
The ZenParkour map takes place across various flying islands, and it’s up to the player to make it through all of these islands. One thing that we like quite a lot about this map is the fact that, alongside being fun to play, it looks absolutely delightful as well. All the flying islands are filled to the brim with high definition textures, and it’s a treat to watch the sky in the background as the character jumps through all the different obstacles that the map has to offer. The breathtaking visuals, alongside the top tier gameplay, make for a truly delightful experience these things are exactly why we recommend trying this map out.
The thing that makes the ZenParkour map so easy isn’t its level design but rather the fact that it lets players place checkpoints exactly according to their preferences. Whenever you feel like you need to save your progress, you can simply hit the shift button in order to place a checkpoint there and, whenever you feel the need to return to the checkpoint, you can simply use the fishing rod to do so. All said and done, ZenParkour is a solid parkour map that’s sure to keep you hooked for as long as it lasts.
How to install ZenParkour 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.