I have had this game app for several months, but have never gotten past first maze section. It's still a fun time killer at doctors office, but I would have loved to see what kind of other mazes were after the hedge maze. Badly thought out by designers, but still enjoyable.
Addicting This is a game of both strategy & chance. You have to work your way through 9 levels to win & move to the next maze. If you run out of swords or if you don't connect to the other side of the maze or the keys, you lose. Maze 2 ghosts will randomly fill in another square if connected. If there is no empty space or it blocks your path, you lose. Maze 3 dragons use 2 swords. Sometimes you have to use swords to complete the maze. There's no undo button so don't set the tile till its where you want it.
Good simple fun Nice game, simple to play even on small screen and random enough to keep you playing. 1 bug found which allows to to get any score you want, but points is not as important completing a level. Would like more styles of levels, suggest swamp and lava levels.
Addictive little puzzler with luck and strategy You can mitigate some of the luck with strategic playing, and that's where a lot of this game's addictive nature comes from. luckily games are fast so even though it's disappointing to have to start a world over when you die, you don't feel too bad. You just get that "Come on, one more try" impulse that will occasionally keep you up past your bedtime. I wish there were more levels, but for the price of free you can't beat it.
Excellent implementation of an excellent design, repetitive, but worth it. This is a gem. A board-game design created for a touch-screen devices . The puzzles are challenging, the art and sound are almost perfect, if repetitive, and the game itself can be played for hours on end. This game's simple and easy rules and the levels' repetitive set-up allow for the developer to to properly utilize the random generators into allowing great challenges, where each decision can win or lose the level, 10 turns later. There are some rough edges, no visible active development, so a few visible bugs. It takes a while to get the feel of the game, and losing a level would mean playing back to the first level, which could get repetitive but it's worth it, for experiencing the nuances of the game demand a lot of investment, but it's worth it.
Great game. But it be better if the finished levels were saved, i. e. If successfully completed one or two out of nine levels, and failed the next one,you don't have to start all over from the beginning at the first level.
* Additional testing on newer Android versions (ICS)
* Please send crash reports if the game doesn't work.