LOST MAZE

LOST MAZE

LOST MAZE is a fun puzzle game that has been designed for girls. Here you will have to help a girl, named Misty, defeat an unknown evil and bring happiness back to everyone.

LOST MAZE is a puzzle game as seen from the name of the app. You will play as Misty and you will lead her from the beginning of each level to the end. To get there, however, you will have to solve puzzles that stand before the little girl. In most cases (if not in all) you will have to find the right way for Misty so that she can get to the end of the current level. When you do you get golden stars and you move to the next level. The game description says there are 4 chapters and 60 challenging levels there so if you choose to play LOST MAZE you are in for one long adventure. The game also comes with great music effects and also great 3D visuals so you should not be disappointed here.

LOST MAZE is a nice fun game that we can highly recommend. The app comes with unusual but fun gameplay, tons of levels, great visuals and nice music and all this makes LOST MAZE a winner!

LOST MAZE is here on Google Play.

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