Do you like jumping and running in Minecraft? These are the underlying features in any decent parkour map, and Light Rush is loaded with long distance leaps and bounds and high speed running segments. What sets this map apart from others is the fact the platform under you is moving along with you. You must move quickly and consistently, and stopping for more than a couple of seconds at any point could kill you simply by pulling out the ground from underneath your feet. It’s intense and to be honest, you probably won’t clear it on your first play because you won’t know what to expect.
Once you get down the blocks and patterns though, the Light Rush map is pretty easy to clear, even if it is inherently a difficult map to beat. The author makes regular updates to the map as well. There are now four different game modes available in Light Rush, and some of the shortcuts that were left in earlier versions of the map have since been removed. This is not an easy map to clear. Because of that, you might want to try giving yourself a warm-up with an easier parkour map before moving on to this one.