The Fragile Parkour is a very intriguing map in which you will have to deal with a rather fragile situation on your journey to the end. The entire map is based around a rather unique and seemingly impossible concept, but you’ll see that it’s actually not that challenging once you get into it. In terms of gameplay it doesn’t really offer any new breakthrough features but in spite of this it’s still quite fun to play, and the central idea of the map paves the way for some pretty memorable and nerve-wracking gameplay moments that most other run-of-the-mill parkour maps can’t offer.
The core objective of the Fragile Parkour map is that you have to reach the very end of it without taking any damage. As soon as you take even a single point of damage, you’ll lose a life and will lose a lot of your progress because of this. The scoring system of the map isn’t like the traditional system so you’ll be given hearts instead of regular points and the amount of hearts you have upon completion of the map will be your total score. Perhaps the best part about the map is its solid level design. It has a total of six levels, and each one of them feels unique and equally fun to play.
Fragile Parkour might seem near impossible on paper, but it’s actually not that tough once you get the hang of its basics so as long as you have a fair bit of parkour experience under your belt, then you should be able to complete it with relative ease. However, it still needs to be pointed out that this probably isn’t the best map to play if you’re just getting started with parkour maps. Fragile Parkour has been made to work specifically with Minecraft 1.10.2, and you shouldn’t use it with any other version of the game because that might end up corrupting the file.