Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Android Apps Review: Labyrinth Lite

Labyrinth Lite is the second game I review that needs only the accelerometer for control. It represents an wooden labyrinth with many holes. The goal of the game is to move the metal ball throughout the levels, without falling into the holes. The Lite version offers 10 levels with increasing difficulty. The time for passing each level is also recorded, so players can compare their best results. The game requires steady hands and lots of patience, just a second of inattention can mean starting the level again. There is also a paid version with more levels and other extra options.

The graphics are excellent, very polished and realistic. The response of the accelerometer can be set up to the player's preferences and is in general very responsive. The sound consists of the noise that the ball makes when hitting the side of the labyrinth - again it is very realistic.

Worth installing?
Yes. A very entertaining app , which I consider to be yet another candidate for the "Best Android game" award.

What do I want to see in future versions? The gameplay and graphics are already excellent. More available levels in the Lite version would be nice.

Rating: 10/10


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