Hole Parkour lets players enjoy all the challenging aspects that most traditional parkour maps feature, but it couples these aspects with a few new gameplay features which end up making things more refreshing and overall more entertaining as well. The map might not be the most polished release out there since it does have a few technical difficulties that pop up from time to time but, all things considered, it’s fun to play, and if you’re an avid player of parkour maps then you’ll definitely enjoy what it has to offer since it’s not really like most traditional maps of this category.
The one major gameplay change that distinguishes Hole Parkour from the multitudes of other maps that are available in this category is that players will constantly be teleported forward as soon as they enter the map. You’ll be running and jumping through the map as you normally do but the catch is that you’ll constantly be teleported a few blocks after short intervals which can be quite tricky to get the hang of. During the gameplay you’ll also need to avoid the quarts by any means necessary because it can disrupt your progress quite significantly and there are multiple ways to do this, you just need to figure out the correct one for whatever situation you get into.
To make things a bit easier, Hole Parkour features a ton of checkpoints that have been scattered across the map. The checkpoints are marked by gold blocks which makes them easier to spot thus making sure that you won’t run past them without actually using them. Hole Parkour is meant to be played in game mode 2 otherwise it won’t function properly. The map doesn’t support multiplayer at this time which is rather disappointing since it would actually be very enjoyable to play alongside a friend. Finally, keep in mind that you’ll need Minecraft 1.10.2 and must command blocks enabled to run this map properly and avoid any potential technical issues.
- Gamemode 2.
- Single-player only, the map will not work on multiplayer.
- Command blocks enabled.