Relief Parkour is a pretty solid parkour map that doesn’t really try to do anything groundbreaking or innovative but still manages to provide players with a captivating and enjoyable experience. However, it’s definitely recommended that you try out this map only if you’re an experienced parkour player since it’s one of the most challenging maps of its type out there. Getting through it will be no easy task, but if you’re skilled enough to do so, then this map will provide you with some of the most satisfying parkour moments you’ve ever had the pleasure of going through.
The Relief Parkour map will put you through multiple different kinds of parkour sequences such as ladder parkour, invisible parkour, iron parkour, and various others. The map has 18 levels for you to go through and although the first few might be relatively easy to complete, the difficulty will keep ramping up as you progress through it so it’s definitely recommended that you stay prepared for anything that the map might have to throw at you. The map has a bunch of special blocks included in it as well like the gold blocks that act as checkpoints and the diamond blocks that mark the end of each level. It’s also worth remembering that lethal red clay has been scattered throughout it, and if you ever come into contact with this clay then you’ll die immediately.
To help you keep track of how well you’re doing, Relief Parkour has its very own death counter that keeps track of how many times you’ve died. The map has been designed to function with all versions of Minecraft that are 1.9.4 or above so if you use it with any older versions of the game then there’s a pretty good chance that the map will cease to function entirely.