Not quite so simple!!! Compared to labyrinth 2 the levels here are far more simple in design(just like you would expect in the real wooden labyrinth games) but are far more challenging... One tip i have is to calibrate your device at a angle that you feel most comfortable playing at rather than on a dead flat surface
Favourite Game on My Phone I had a Labyrinth toy when I was younger, and I played it over and over until it broke. This is exactly the same experience as having a real one, except there's hundreds of levels instead of just 1! The ball kind of gets confused when it goes through really narrow things, or if the layout gets too complicated, but that's not enough to detract from the experience. Also like the simplistic, minimalist approach, i.e. no pursuit of coins and star-trios and achievements.
Great Game Pretty much perfect for this type of gme. Loads of levels, (including design your own), and some useful options. Worth every penny. Could do with an option to sort levels by most recently played but still an easy 5* app.
Very nice Running this on a Droid Turbo. Runs very well. Amazing sensitivity and response, incredibly realistic feel. Completely addictive. Love it. Phone even "bumps" when the ball hits something. Just great.
beautiful elegant, fun and perfect feel & sounds as if really a ball. I had to download a couple a times before I could get license to notice I'd already paid for it.
Fairly sweet. Lots of boards and pretty good controles. If your unsure try the free version, if your interested buy it. Kids like it!
- Compatibility with more devices
- Improved stability
- Labyrinth 2 levels
From the creators of Crossy Road, PAC-MAN 256 is the maze that never ends.