Chunk Runner is a top tier parkour map that’s been designed with a very intriguing twist that adds a ton of depth to the gameplay. This map definitely breathes new life into this map category because a lot of the recent parkour maps have felt quite similar to one another, but that simply isn’t the case here. Chunk Runner can basically be thought of as a mix of tried and true parkour concepts with a variety of new features, and this combination makes for an exhilarating experience that you simply cannot get in run-of-the-mill parkour maps.
The thing that sets Chunk Runner apart from traditional parkour maps is the fact that you’ll only be shown a single chunk of a level at a time. Unlike traditional maps, you won’t be shown entire levels but only small parts of them, and this makes planning ahead pretty much impossible. Due to how this map is laid out, you’ll have to adapt on the fly and must make extremely clutch movements in order to succeed. It’s also worth mentioning that the chunks of the map you leave behind will also keep disappearing as you move forward so if you don’t keep up the pace, you might eventually get eaten by the void.
Chunk Runner has 75 different levels for players to enjoy and this is a pretty impressive amount because most traditional parkour maps tend to end at 10 or 15 levels. Each individual level feels unique, but one thing that we don’t necessarily like about the map is the fact that the difficulty scaling isn’t linear. The levels are quite random so one might be extremely challenging but the next one could be extremely easy. Due to the random difficulty of the levels, it can be a tad bit hard to become fully immersed in the experience but, aside from this, the map is very well designed and is quite enjoyable.