Labyrinthos

Labyrinthos


New version of classic labyrinth game, but this one is much better. Cool graphics, realistic physic, and very interesting maps.
Your goal is to bring the ball to the hole marked with white circles. You control a ball by holding your phone parallel to the floor and tilting it slightly.
Watch out for holes, bumpers, rotators and boxes. Try to achieve the best time.
Includes:
- 200 unique levels full of suprises
- 3 difficulty levels
- Mega Size maps - two times bigger than standard maps
- new levels with additional map packs

Recent changes:
New type of map: Mega Size - two times bigger than classic maps.
Few bug fixes.
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$0.99
80
4.0
User ratings
2
Installs
50+
Concerns
0
File size
3552 kb
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About Labyrinthos
New version of classic labyrinth game, but this one is much better. Cool graphics, realistic physic, and very interesting maps.
Your goal is to bring the ball to the hole marked with white circles. You control a ball by holding your phone parallel to the floor and tilting it slightly.
Watch out for holes, bumpers, rotators and boxes. Try to achieve the best time.
Includes:
- 200 unique levels full of suprises
- 3 difficulty levels
- Mega Size maps - two times bigger than standard maps
- new levels with additional map packs

Recent changes:
New type of map: Mega Size - two times bigger than classic maps.
Few bug fixes.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 14, 2013
Need for Speed After enjoying the Lite version I paid for the Full version. This game requires (and delivers) hairline surgical precision and can be very engaging on the Hard and Mega levels. Where the game falls flat IMO is the lack of a 3-star or gold medal time to beat on each level--you're simply competing against your own best times. As a result this game is reduced to a boring exercise in finesse instead of the much more addicting, challenging and replayable finesse + speed game which is the trademark of successful games like Plunk and Dark Nebula and really ANY game on the market. Without the challenge of trying to get that 3rd star or Gold Medal, games like this just become too repetitive and lack the "fun factor" we're all looking for.