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Reviewed: The Incredible Maze
Author: Michael Ahlf       Date: November 10th, 2008
Page: 2

Final Breakdown


A solid update of a timeless classic into the digital era. It's nice to see that someone has updated this for new kids and adults to pick up on.


Some of the texturing on certain levels could use work, but it's very well done, especially when the levels get larger and more complex.

Sound and Music:

Music is about all you get - I can't really complain about it, but it's not something I found myself humming after playing.


It's not overly difficult, but it's a puzzle game - be prepared to "learn" quickly and spend a lot of time if you want to master it.

Controls and Interface:

Tilt sensor or Wii Board... there really isn't much to say about this, within the limits of console inputs, they've done quite a bit and made it as easy-to-use as possible.


Great for kids or puzzle gamers (perhaps it'll turn a few kids into puzzle gamers); at only $5 it's well within any budgetary risk. When a game is done this well we like to give it a little extra, so here goes: one Editor's Choice award. Congratulations, guys!


Added:  Monday, November 10, 2008
Reviewer:  Michael Ahlf
Page: 2/2

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