Planetarium is a fascinating and captivating parkour map in which players get to parkour through every single planet in the solar system as quickly as possible. Parkour maps are almost always fun to play, but one thing that most of them lack is an intriguing setting and Planetarium is a map that offers just that. Alongside its top notch gameplay, you’ll find that the whole solar system based setting actually looks quite nice and works very cohesively with the gameplay of the map. As you could probably guess, each level takes place on a different planet, and since there are eight planets in the solar system, there are a total of eight levels on the map.
One of the biggest highlights of Planetarium is how well it manages to execute the theme and setting of each planet. Every individual level feels like a refreshing experience because all the planets look unique, and the creator has paid quite a lot of attention to detail in order to make things more engaging for the players. The parkour sequences are fairly standard, but it’s definitely worth noting that they can be a bit challenging at times, so it’s recommended that you don’t get complacent while playing the map if you want to get through it as quickly as possible.
The Planetarium map has been designed to work with Minecraft 1.9.4 and works pretty smoothly since there aren’t any major bugs. One important thing that you should know is that it’s meant to be played in adventure mode so make sure that you’re not on some other mode when you start the map off. Lastly, it fully supports multiplayer as well so you can round up all your Minecraft companions and play alongside each other to see who can parkour through all the planets the quickest.