Simply by reading the name of the Unique Parkour map, you can tell that it does not aim to provide players with the traditional experience at all. The map is filled to the brim with many exhilarating and memorable moments that are sure to test your skills and the best part is that it feels very refreshing to play since it utilizes many new gameplay concepts. If you play parkour maps often but are fed up with the regular gameplay, then you’re bound to enjoy Unique Parkour because it’s quite unlike any other run-of-the-mill parkour map out there.
The parkour types in the Unique Parkour map include Banner Parkour, Weird Block Parkour, Shift Parkour, Cobweb Parkour, and finally, Rain Parkour. You might have had some prior experience with a few of these parkour types but there is no map out there that combines these five together in the same package, and this is why you’re bound to have a unique and refreshing experience when you play this map. Of course, the uniqueness of the map does mean that it’s also more challenging than most traditional parkour maps since you’ll have to adapt to new kinds of parkour sequences that you haven’t ever played before.
The Unique Parkour map has been built to run on Minecraft 1.10.2 so you’ll need to make sure that your Minecraft client is fully up to date before you decide to play this map. It’s primarily been designed to be played in single player mode, but it’s still compatible with multiplayer although you might face a few issues when you’re playing the multiplayer mode since most of the bugs haven’t been ironed out yet. The average play-time of the map clocks around somewhere between 15-30 minutes but this can vary significantly depending on your skill level.