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== General ==
 
== General ==
 
=== Gameplay ===
 
=== Gameplay ===
This map is an extremely tall box with few platforms that players must make it to the top of. Players must use rocket pads to jump between these platforms, which shoot them up very high. There are a few spots where the player must land on the rocket pad at an angle to avoid hitting a platform right above them, though this has unfortunately been made harder to do after an update to Minecraft in the past that somehow made the velocity of these rocket pads even greater.
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This map is an extremely tall box with few platforms that players must make their way to the top of. Players must use rocket pads to jump between these platforms, which shoot them up very high. There are a few spots where the player must land on the rocket pad at an angle to avoid hitting a platform right above them, though this has unfortunately been made harder to do after an update to Minecraft in the past that somehow made the velocity of these rocket pads even greater.
  
 
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*Visible from inside Doodle Jump are various other maps by Causland, including [[Park School]], the box containing [[Tarzan]], the tall, iron block building of [[Apoco]], and the now-valleyed [[Element Parkour]].
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*Doodle Jump's title and gameplay are a reference to the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doodle_Jump platforming video game of the same name], in which you jump on platforms that launch you upwards a long way, much like the map.
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*Visible from inside this map are various other maps by Causland, including [[Park School]], the box containing [[Tarzan]], the tall iron block building of [[Apoco]], and the now-valleyed [[Element Parkour]].
 
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Latest revision as of 18:44, 12 September 2019

Doodle Jump
Doodle Jump.png
An overhead view from the outside.
Map information
Reward 4 FFA Points
Difficulty Novice
Location FFA
Mapcode ddj
Creator Causland
Food Cooked Salmon x64
Publication Early-2013


Doodle Jump is a pure parkour map by Causland. It rewards 4 FFA Points upon completion, and can be joined directly using “/c join ddj”.

General[edit]

Gameplay[edit]

This map is an extremely tall box with few platforms that players must make their way to the top of. Players must use rocket pads to jump between these platforms, which shoot them up very high. There are a few spots where the player must land on the rocket pad at an angle to avoid hitting a platform right above them, though this has unfortunately been made harder to do after an update to Minecraft in the past that somehow made the velocity of these rocket pads even greater.

Aesthetics[edit]

All of the walls of this map are made entirely out of white wool, except for one side made of barriers that players can see through into the outside world. The platforms inside Doodle jump are made out of various other colors of wool.

Challenges[edit]

This map is featured in three challenges: 2013 Assortment, The Path of Heroes, and Hexa.

Trivia[edit]


See all maps from Causland