Here is a cool map that offers you to complete a hundred different and fun parkour levels! The author of this map claims that it is not too heavy! You can play both with your friends and alone! And there is also a built-in time counter, so your main task will be to get to Read More
Race for the crown is a very interesting, exciting mini-game, which is a parkour against a robot, where you need to be the first to catch the only crown in the world so that it does not fall into the wrong hands!
Here is a cool parkour map that gives you the opportunity to play with gravity! Change gravity at your discretion by touching the blocks with purple and blue arrows, thereby passing the levels in the most unusual way!
This is Parkour World and in Parkour World you can play classic mode, adventure mode, and some mini games such as extreme jump parkour and a hidden mini game. It is in version 1.1. There will be more updates to come with some changes to classic mode with a demo of some of the hardest courses that I will be making. So for now enjoy this map.Adventure Mode.You can use any of these commands.-keepIventory-spawnpoint (Only if you are at a checkpoint)-mobGriefing ( MUST HAVE ON IF YOU HAVE IT OFF OF PEACEFUL. YOU ONLY NEED TO BE ON A DIFFICULTY IF YOU ARE PLAYING SOMETHING THAT REQUIRES IT)Rules:No using creativeUse peaceful mode unless told otherwiseNo placing blocksNo breaking blocksNo using modsNo PvP unless statedClassic Parkour-Begin your adventure here. In classic you can play normal parkour with no background besides wool. Ladders, Ice, Fences, and more will be in classic. Each wool has it has its own difficulty. Play each level and try to beat them all. To see what is next, all the levels must be done. Each level has a diamond at the end of it. Total of 70 diamonds in all. You won't be able to unlock the ending to classic until the next update. You will have to keep all your diamonds until the next update. This is all there is in Classic.Adventure-You have been teleported to somewhere that you don't know. "Where am I," you ask yourself. You look around and you are inside of a building. "What is going on. None of this makes any sense," and you walk outside and notice the world that you are now going to have to go through. You must go through the parkour to the Sky Village and find out why you are here.
Xtreme Acro offers 3 different types of summer camps with various activities including gymnastics, acrobatics, trampoline, parkour and tumbling. There is something for everyone! Our instructors have gone through thorough training, have passed background checks and are CPR and First aid certified. Our camps run in one week sessions for 9 different weeks during the summer. Check out our camp flyer under the "forms" section of our website! View our summer camp flyer for more information.
You may post any type of world map here, just please indicate whether it's an adventure map, a jumping (parkour) map, a creative build map or a prepared survival type map. You are not limited by those types but try to add some descriptive term to help others know what your map is about.
Minecraft videos on YouTube attract millions of views daily. There are tutorials (for ideas on new things to create), "Let's Play" videos (footage of people playing the game), challenges (new gameplay ideas to try), mod showcases (which show off cool thing kids can download to modify their Minecraft worlds), and more.
But the unique things about the game, including the ability for any player to create anything they want, can result in wide variations in quality, age-appropriateness, and relevancy to your kid's specific interests and gaming ability. There are hundreds of channels devoted to Minecraft, including popular but edgy ones such as Yogscast and SkyDoesMinecraft, and it's hard to know which ones are good for kids. Although you could download an app such as KicVidz, which curates only kid-friendly Minecraft videos, you know your little fanatic will be begging -- and searching YouTube -- for more.
TheAtlanticCraft. Hard-core gamers Cody (theCodyMaverick) and Joe (JoeBuzz) manage to make their Let's Plays, mods, mini-games, and more both kid-friendly and technically advanced. The two have a fun rapport as they battle and explore very sophisticated worlds. Language on this channel can get heated.Best for: Older kids. The guys also host servers and offer downloads on their website.Check out: "Let It Glow," a Minecraft parody of Disney's "Let It Go" from Frozen.
Minecraft Universe. Charming TrueMU (real name: Jason Probst) hosts this popular channel that's jam-packed with adventure maps, parkour maps, mini-games, and even original electronic songs available for download. He often plays spirited games against other advanced Minecraft players in a group called Team Crafted.Best for: All ages. There's a wide range of content.Check out: The "Hottest Girls Ever" Let's Play, wherein Jason and an opponent play as female avatars, can spark a conversation about gender roles in games.
The Bajan Canadian. Twenty-year-old Canadian video game commenter Mitchell Hughes offers a wide range of technically adept Minecraft videos, mostly played with a gentle, nerdy patter against his mild-mannered gamer pals.Best for: Older players who really want to geek out on Minecraft.Check out: His parkour videos and downloadable "wacky parkour maps" are some of the best. 781b155fdc