Maze King

Maze King

Maze King is a puzzle game that will appeal to anyone who has too much free time. It is suitable for children, adults and even elderly people. It trains your brain, makes you think and look for ways to solve the puzzle, it brings pleasure and fun and it helps you have some nice time anytime.

The game is just 9 MB in size and can be easily and quickly downloaded. It does not come with numerous options, fancy graphics, etc., which makes it easy to grasp. In fact you will be able to start playing within a few minutes only. There’s a nice built-in tutorial too that will show you how to play this game. The goal is to complete levels and there will be many of them, which is nice, although some of them are so easy they can be solved in less than 10 seconds. Given how much time you needed to solve a puzzle you are awarded stars and your time is recorded. When a puzzle is complete you can move to the next level.

We did have fun with this game and we think you will have fun too. The best part is that the game is free so you can have it immediately without paying any money. You can take a look at Maze King here on Google Play.

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