The Maze Runner

The Maze Runner

One of the major advantages of Google Play is that you can always find new apps and games. Just look at the Top Apps page and you will quickly discover new software to play with. This is what we did and we soon discovered one new game – The Maze Runner – that had climbed the ladder without us noticing it. Time for a review then!

The Maze Runner can be downloaded and installed like any other Android app so we will not go into details here. We have to mention, though, that the game is large so you are advised to download it by using your Wi-Fi internet connection at home. In a few minutes, depending on your network speed, you will have the app installed and then the fun begins. Cudos to the developers – we felt we were getting inside a movie due to the in-game video that plays before the game starts. The app also offered the interesting story of a guy, who had been taken to the mysterious Maze. The goal is simple – find a way out by collecting “clues” about the nature of the Maze and its creators.

Other than that the game is a simple runner game and the name of the app also suggests it. The controls are the same as in almost any other runner game so expect to jump, slide and change directions to the left and right. You will also get to collect golden coins and “clues” that share information on your whereabouts. Every level also ends with sprinting as there are various gates that open and close inside the Maze and you have to get through the last one before it closes.

There isn’t much else to say about this game except that it features 3D graphics that are not something special, yet at the same time they are not bad. Sound is also decent so if runner games are your thing you may want to take a look at this one.

The Maze Runner is free and occupies this web address.

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