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Deep Freeze Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

Deep Freeze Map

Deep Freeze Map is a worthy map for Minecraft players to try. It is a nice mix of adventure map and parkour map. In this map, you will get stuck in the caves and your mission is just to move up and climb up the top and you win.

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Blue and White Parkour Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

Blue and White Parkour map

Black Lightning’s Blue and White Parkour map is a kind of combination between many other parkour maps, featuring many different parkour genres with just 5 levels to go through. Well, if you are searching for the total parkour experience, don't miss this one!!!

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Parkour Mania Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

To test the parkour skills of players, Parkour Mania Map was released with the features fit for this aim. Unlike other parkour maps, this one focuses on indoor activities beside several long falls during the course.

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Infinity Race Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

Infinity Race map

Have you ever found a map which you can play with your friend? If you are, the Infinity Race map is a nice choice. It seems to be quite a good map in which players compete hardly.

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Highscore Parkour Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

Highscore Parkour Map

Highscore Parkour Map is a kind of simple but really competitive map, where creates a pretty tough competition in the Minecraft world that requires the players to compete with other people to set the world record and become the best gamers in the race.

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The Parkour Platform Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

parkour platform map

The Parkour Platform Map is a kind of pretty simple but really unique map that is really well worth for a try. From the centre of the map, there are up to 8 different parkout courses for Minecraft players to conquer, which branch off in a number of directions.

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Ore Parkour Map for Minecraft 1.8.8

Ore Parkour map

The Ore Parkour map features a facelift to parkour courses with a quite limited amount of free space for moving around. Rather than cramping the course in a small box, the map encloses the course with enormous stacks of different ores that represent different levels.

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