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    Are There Real-Life Parkour Skills in Vector?

    You may think that it’s impossible for a game to develop such realistic action and graphics. Are all the parkour skills in Vector for real? Well, now you’ll know the real answer!


    Vector is actually one of the first game that explored more on this type of physical training. Thus, the developers included genuine parkour moves and carefully incorporated it into the mechanics. To give you a glimpse of what you can do, look at the list below.

    Vector Parkour Moves List

    Some of these parkour tricks include but are not limited to:
    1. Front flip angle
    2. Double speed 360
    3. Spinning vault
    4. Thief vault
    5. Reverse vault
    6. Lemming
    7. Backflip
    8. Obstacle vaults
    9. Double Kong 360
    10. Screwdriver
    11. Rail flip vault
    12. Barrel vault
    13. Obstacle front flip
    14. Monkey vault
    15. Frog gainer
    16. Side bomb
    17. Front flip 720
    18. Air spin
    19. Double Webster
    20. Webster with salto
    21. Dash to front flip
    22. Rondat to flick flack to backflip
    23. Triple trick to swallow
    24. Back handspring
    25. Double Kong
    26. Lach gainer
    27. Bar backflip
    28. Dash vault
    29. Triple Arabic flip
    30. Split vault
    31. Fold flip
    32. Monkey front flip
    33. Flip and roll
    34. Webster to Webster
    35. Triple handspring
    36. Handspring to roll
    37. Dive roll
    38. Side Flip
    39. Monkey gainer
    40. Monkey to bomb
    41. Gate vault
    42. Rondat to double backflip
    43. Lach balance
    44. Underbar
    45. Cork
    46. Cheat gainer and more

    This just means that the developers have created an accurate representation of the parkour activities and is justified with the story that we, as players, want to play.

    Want to try out all these parkour skills? Download Vector on PC now! If you haven’t done any of these in real life, do it in private! You can be a parkour artist at the comfort of your own home. Play the game and imagine yourself doing all the amazing stunts and high-flying acrobatic moves in Vector and Vector 2. If you still don’t have enough reason to play, then check out the pros and cons of playing Vector.

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