Extreme Parkour was a pretty insane map I made a few months ago. I thought it over, and decided to make a sequel. There isn't an order you need to play them in, as they are both parkour maps. This map is most definitely just as extreme as the first Extreme Parkour, if not more extreme. You will find yourself parkouring on pixel art designs, a MASSIVE Lucky Block build, and even Sushi! Yes, Sushi!
This map is dedicated to, "the Pack," although there are many more dedications at the end. The Pack is a group of Minecraft YouTubers that consists of: Bajan Canadian, JeromeASF, PrestonPlayz (TBNRfrags), Woofless, and Molestar123.
Feel free to use this map for YouTube, Twitch, or any other video sharing platform, as long as you don't plagiarize. It would also help massively if you were to take a look at my website: www.khakismaps.info
This map was intended for fun, so enjoy yourself and have a good time!
Not sure what you mean, everything should be in order. Can you explain more about what your issue is?
EDIT: I just double checked the download for the map, and still, everything should be fine. When you spawn, you should be on a platform, with a drop down that clearly states, "In Here." Once you jump in, and read the rules, the button is located on the opposite wall of the rules. This location is printed on a sign on the wall of rules. Once you click the button, you should be teleported to the first stage. I hope that I helped you!
Ok, I am VERY sorry for the inconvenience, it was my error that caused you to be spawned in the end room. The issue is fixed for any future players of the map, and I'm grateful that everyone was nice enough to come back on the forums and notify me.
Looks epic like all your maps! It's pretty cool that you have a website now
I can't wait to play and record extreme parkour 2, but I'm away for the weekend so I'll have to take a look at it on monday.
Scrap that, just played through it xD Extreme Parkour 2 brings back a lot of the cool elements that I loved from previous maps and uped the difficulty level a bit, which made it more interesting! Also the Gimbap is an addition I loved seeing
Anyway keep up the great work with these maps!
Upping the difficulty is something I've always wanted to do for at least one map. I think I'll be going back to easier parkour maps, though. Anyways, I want to thank you again for playing my map, as you always do. I truly appreciate it.