AnvilFall is a pretty hardcore parkour map that’s been designed for players who are highly confident in their parkour abilities and feel that they can overcome even the toughest of challenges that maps of this category have to offer. It doesn’t necessarily feature any fresh or unique gameplay but still manages to keep things interesting from start to finish thanks to the incredibly creative and well-constructed parkour sequences that are an absolute delight to go for. Of course, it goes without saying that if you’re a newbie parkour player, then it’s probably best for you to avoid this particular map and try out something slightly less challenging.
The defining gameplay aspect of the AnvilFall map, as is evident from its name, is the fact that anvils will constantly be falling from the sky in order to stop you in your tracks, and you must avoid these at all costs through slick reflexes and timely jumps because getting hit by even one of them will cause you to lose your life and in turn, a whole lot of progress. The level design of this map definitely deserves a lot of praise since it’s very creative and manages to keep things difficult without seeming unfair or overbearing.
Onto the technical side of things, there have been reports of the anvils in the AnvilFall map not falling at all thereby making the map completely broken, but these have been isolated incidents so it’s pretty likely that you might not experience them at all. AnvilFall is meant to be played on Minecraft 1.10.2, and multiplayer is not only supported but encouraged because the map becomes so much more enjoyable with multiple people playing it. Finally, it’s important to note that command blocks and structural mobs need to be enabled if the map is to be played on a server.