3D Maze/Labyrinth

3D Maze/Labyrinth

3D Maze/Labyrinth is another game that is currently on a leading spot on Google Play so quite logically it needs a review.

The game is what the name says – there is a labyrinth that you have to go through. The task is fairly simple – the mazes in the game are not that large and complex and as if this is not enough you have the ability to jump and take a look around. The controls in the game are simple as well – there is a large Jump button and then another oval button that can be used as a joystick to turn your character around. There is a timer too and once you complete a maze you can play it again, this time to best your time. This is what the game is all about.

We have to praise the 3D Maze/Labyrinth graphics, though – they are beautiful and colorful and we thoroughly enjoyed them. Everything is in 3D and looks great! Other than this everything else is simple and average.

3D Maze/Labyrinth is a game that will keep you occupied for some time. It is definitely not the best game we have ever played but it will definitely bring you some fun. The game play is excellent and the graphics are great. This is enough to give the game a positive grade and it is not surprising that 3D Maze/Labyrinth is riding high on Google Play at the moment.

3D Maze/Labyrinth is here on Google Play.

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