Pulsating Tower is a thrilling and captivating parkour map by CMLSC who you’ll recall is the same person behind a variety of other highly engaging Minecraft maps such as the entire Find The Button and What Was That series as well as various other high-quality maps such as 4 Angles, Obstacle Mayhem and Tested and Lost. The Pulsating Tower map is worth playing because it takes the engaging mechanics of Minecraft parkour and blends a unique new feature into the mix in order to give players a nice change of pace that’s both challenging and enjoyable.
The objective of the Pulsating Tower map is to parkour your way through the tower and make it to the top as quickly as you can. Other than just facing the traditional parkour obstacles, in this map, you’ll also deal with the fact that the tower keeps pulsating fire from its center and you’ll have to make your way around the fire somehow because coming into contact with it will cause you to take an obscene amount of damage. Aside from the pulsating fire, the map also features a whole bunch of unique parkour sequences which help make sure that the gameplay remains fresh and engaging from start to finish.
The Pulsating Tower map takes somewhere between 15 to 20 minutes to complete, but it’s worth mentioning that the creator originally had plans to make it even longer, but the map’s height had a limit, so he had to stop at a certain point. Pulsating Tower is fairly well constructed overall, but it has an issue that causes lags on low-end computers. If you ever run into the lag issue, all you have to do is make sure that you don’t look at the ground because that’s what usually causes the lag.