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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Parkour, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
98% 15,420 votes
95% 225,023 votes
96% 26,889 votes
92% 35,116 votes
93% 1,559 votes
96% 306 votes
91% 1,145 votes
90% 1,243 votes
98% 81 votes
92% 408 votes
91% 487 votes
86% 7,528 votes
88% 1,075 votes
95% 110 votes
98% 47 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Parkour is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Parkour, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Action 72%
  2. Platformer 61%
  3. Singleplayer 54%
  4. 3D Platformer 46%
  5. 3D 46%
  6. Adventure 46%
  7. Indie 42%
  8. Casual 41%
  9. First-Person 31%
  10. Precision Platformer 31%
  11. Third Person 30%
  12. Colorful 28%
  13. Physics 27%
  14. Arcade 24%
  15. Runner 24%
  16. Action-Adventure 23%
  17. Atmospheric 22%
  18. Exploration 21%
  19. Funny 20%
  20. Multiplayer 20%
  21. Difficult 19%
  22. 2D 19%
  23. Racing 17%
  24. Stylized 17%
  25. 2D Platformer 17%
  26. Controller 15%
  27. Puzzle 15%

The Parkour tag refers to a genre of video games that emphasize the athletic discipline and movement style known as parkour. Parkour involves navigating urban or natural environments by running, jumping, climbing, and performing acrobatic maneuvers to overcome obstacles efficiently and quickly.

In Parkour games, players typically control a character who is skilled in parkour techniques. The gameplay focuses on fluid and fast-paced movement through complex environments filled with obstacles such as rooftops, buildings, walls, gaps, and more. Players must use their agility and timing to traverse these obstacles with precision.

Key elements of Parkour games include:

  • Movement Mechanics These games often feature realistic or stylized parkour movements inspired by real-world practitioners. This includes wall-running, vaulting over obstacles, swinging from ledges or poles, sliding under objects, and other impressive aerial maneuvers.
  • Level Design Parkour games typically offer open-world or tightly designed levels that provide ample opportunities for creative navigation using parkour abilities. The environment layout often encourages players to find multiple paths and shortcuts.
  • Fluidity and Speed Achieving a sense of speed is essential in Parkour games. Players must chain moves together smoothly while maintaining momentum to overcome challenges within the game world.
  • Action Sequences Some Parkur titles may include action sequences where players can engage in combat while incorporating parkur moves into their fighting style for added visual flair.

A few notable examples of Parkor Games include:

  • Mirror's Edge series Developed by DICE/EA; these first-person action-adventure games focus on rooftop traversal, extraordinary acrobatics, and immersive parkour movements.
  • Dying Light Developed by Techland; this open-world survival horror game combines parkour with a zombie-infested city, allowing players to perform impressive moves while fleeing or fighting against hordes of undead.
  • Assassin's Creed series Developed by Ubisoft; although primarily known for its stealth and historical setting, the franchise incorporates parkour extensively in its gameplay mechanics, enabling characters to fluidly navigate rooftops and structures.

Parkour games offer players an adrenaline-filled experience as they traverse challenging environments using agile movements. These games often require quick reflexes, precise timing, and a mastery of movement mechanics to overcome obstacles effectively.

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