iPhone and iPad apps tagged "maze games."
Think, Swipe, and Evolve into a Swipehead
With the overwhelming collection of puzzle apps available a few truly smart and original ones must surely get lost in the shuffle. This is obviously the case with Swipehead by Wizkeit Games and Vive Technologies.
Super Marble Roll is a Gleaming Orb of Good Times of Your iOS Device
Super Marble Roll, from iScape Games Ltd., is the typical flop, plop, drop and roll platform app. Think of it like Labyrinth, developed by Carl Loodberg of Codify AB, that AppCraver reviewed back in December or Mobigame’s Edge, which we reviewed in January.
Space Ball Is Merely Spaced Out
Space Ball, from Global Agent, is a take on the classic Labyrinth game.
Tilt the ball to maneuver around holes and reach the designated destination to proceed to the next level. As you probably know already, each level of Space Ball is progressively harder to complete.
Indigo Ocho: Maze Game With Style
Indigo Ocho - Mazes are one of the oldest forms of puzzles in the world. For literally thousands of years, people have worked to follow paths through mazes and labyrinths, making false starts and wrong turns, sometimes getting trapped, always trying to find their way to the end.
R.I.P. — This Maze Will Kill Your Time
It may not be close to Halloween, but R.I.P will put you in the spirit. While this new game is light on depth, it does a nice job at killing a few minutes of time.
The premise is pretty simple. You are a ghost trying to make your way back to your happy little home amongst the dead.
MazeFinger Gives Your Hand a Workout
MazeFinger is a lightning fast maze game that puts your kinesthetic skills to the test and is a great app for some speedy, mindless fun.
Gameplay involves racing through a maze with your finger against a clock. Alongside the maze are two electric rods that run along the sides of the screen.
Labyrinth, from Codify AB, is an A-Mazing Game
Labyrinth, developed by Carl Loodberg of Codify AB, is a piece of work. It's hard to imagine so simple a concept could be rendered so realistically on the iPhone and iPod touch.
Labyrinth is a classic.
Pathways - Brain Stimulating Puzzle Fun
Released last week by San Diego-based developer Conniption Entertainment, Pathways is an addictive puzzle game that, unlike many other game apps of a similar nature, offers a cute storyline as well as fun graphics.
Brick Escape is Fine for Lite Entertainment
Independent developer, Siavash Ghamaty, brings Brick Escape to the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Brick Escape resembles classic arcade games like “Labyrinth” or “Pac Man." It has very simple graphics.
iMaze has a Few Unexpected Twists
iMaze is actually pretty fun. I was surprised.
I’ve complained in an earlier post about actually mechanical games like this. But, for some reason, the iPhone version is fun.
The game is just like a marble maze. You use the motion control of the iPhone to control how the marble moves around.