60 Levels HD by D1zefault and 87th is an excellent map and is without a doubt one of the longest parkour maps out there for Minecraft. Most run-of-the-mill parkour maps don’t really last that long, and this takes away from the thrill and excitement, however, 60 Levels HD remedies this issue by pretty much packing the entire map with a whole bunch of levels, so players constantly have something new to look forward to. The map’s actually the successor to the original 60 Levels map by D1zefault that came out a while back, and most of its concepts are quite similar to its predecessor so if you’ve played the original 60 Levels map then, you’ll probably be familiar with how this one’s going to work.
As the name suggests, in 60 Levels HD you’ll have to go through sixty different levels of parkour. One would probably think that having so many levels would make the experience repetitive. However, repetition doesn’t seem to be an issue at all since each individual level is based on a different parkour type. The map can essentially be thought of as a collection of most of the traditional parkour gameplay elements that exist within Minecraft.
While the 60 Levels HD can definitely prove to be challenging, especially in some of the later levels, it’s ultimately pretty easy as compared to most usual parkour maps and due to this we definitely recommend playing it if you’re new to this map category. Finishing this map will probably give you a solid understanding of parkour within Minecraft, and you’ll, therefore, be able to perform a lot better when you play any other parkour map. All said and done, 60 Levels HD is a solid parkour map that delivers an engaging experience that lasts for quite some time.