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Review by  nick bugaev
Reviewed on 2009-12-26
Gamplay- Very fun to play. The possibly best maze game out there. Very challenging and continues to amaze. Recommended to all my friends. 10/10

Memory- Reasonable size for this game. 9/10

Creativity- The anti-maze feature is the best part of this game. I've never seen that kind of creativity before. The different level designs are beautiful. 10/10

File- Very descriptive readme. 10/10

Graphics- Very beautiful start screen animation and just as before-level designs are beautiful. 10/10

Controls- User friendly controls. 10/10

Overall- Kept me and my friends entertained for many hours in math class. This is the one and only maze game you should ever have on your calc. 10/10

Suggestions- None, it's a maze game and has meet all the standards for a perfect game. Job well done.

Well that's my review. I got to go beat the anti-maze levels! =)

Review by  Michael White
Reviewed on 2005-10-23
"Labyrinth" is a good game. If you like mazes, then you will probably love this game. If you don't like mazes, it will be fun for a little while. The graphics are good - the design of each maze is different and aesthetically appealing. Another great feature of this game is the great title screen and animation.

Overall: 10/10

Review by  tyler branch
Reviewed on 2005-10-21
“Labyrinth” is great; the “antimaze” feature is pretty fun after you get a hang of it. I thought that the levels where the mazes were dynamic and changed based on where you went were really cool. The author also thought to use mazes with patterns that cause optical illusions, which was interesting.

Graphics - 10/10
Gameplay - 10/10
Overall - 10/10

Review by  John Wyrwas
Reviewed on 2004-11-22
Attention span: 9/10 Addictive...
Controls: 10/10 Arrows.
Implementation: 9/10 Nice big, scrolling levels.
Overall: 9/10 Great if you like maze games.

Labyrinth is a maze game where you make your way through 16 random maze levels with increasingly hard to distinquish walls. It's a maze game, simple gameplay. Easy to start out but once you get past the first couple levels, you won't put it down until you win. The last couple levels are VERY difficult but by that time you won't think of quitting.

Only one bad point. The antimaze "feature" is too frustrating to actually play, and in my opinion it is just wasted code. Call me if you get past the first level without killing your calculator first. Since there's nothing else to complain about, the icon in MirageOS isn't that creative, and the opening screen doesn't seem to apply to the game that much.

Small size and fun, it's the last Maze Game that needs to be made for the 83+ graphing calculator, period.

Review by  Brian Gordon
Reviewed on 2004-04-15
This game is incredible. Badja's work really shines here with an exceptional feat of programming and graphical skill. The mazes are rather hard, although the real challenge of this game is trying to see past the graphics. For example, in one level, you move between small black rooms. A barrier is marked by one single pixel blocking the entranceway to the next “room.” It is challenges like this that make up the gameplay. Badja did rather well (except for one level) handling the evil screen bug that lowers the contrast when there is a lot of vertical contrast on the screen, such as when using a checkered pattern, which is a great plus considering that there are some pretty interesting patterns for maze walls in this game. All of the levels are automatically generated, making for great replay value.

This game also features a nigh-impossible “antimaze” mode of play in which you can only leap over walls and not travel between them. This is a great addition and easily triples the playtime.

7/10 (7 is considered an excellent score).

Review by  Josh Mottaz
Reviewed on 2004-02-03
Labrynth is a fun maze game, and as it's name says, it can be quite a challenge. You must go through the random mazes, trying to get to the bottom and exit. It sounds easy, and it is for the first few levels. However, in the later ones it can be quite a task.

This game is very good. It doesn't have much in the way of options, but what it does have shines. It has a mode of reverse maze, where you can only move across the lines, instead of only being able to move where there are no lines. The graphics change for each level, keeping it fresh and new. The difficulty increases at a constant rate too, and the last levels are very hard.

It's small, it's fast, and it's fun. You'll definitely want to put this on your calculator, and it will stay there for a while.

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