A very cool part of the Wonderful Parkour map is that the courses are laid out alone on a flat plane, all moving in the same direction. That means if you keep running forward and making your jumps, you will progress through the course just fine. Unlike parkour maps which work from the top down, like the Dropper series, this map is almost all horizontal. Yes, you will see jumping, climbing, and falling on this map, but there are no falls that should do enough damage to kill the player. Even without the fall damage though, this map is packed with other hazards which can make it dangerous.
For one, Wonderful Parkour was designed for multiple players. The author also suggests leaving PvP turned on while playing on the map. Obviously, this means that you and your friends will not only be competing with each other to see who can come up with the fastest time – you can also beat each other to death along the way, or shove one another off of the current course to try and pick up a lead that way. This is good news for players who aren’t very good at parkour since it allows them another way to get ahead of players who are more skilled at running and jumping.
Server Settings (Co-Op):
- Make sure command blocks are enabled.
- Pvp set to true.
- Estimated playtime could be anywhere from 15 to 30 minutes depending on your skill level.
- There are 15 total levels.