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Maze Magic 


Maze Magic mixes two things to create an app that is memorable. There are mazes in this app, and magic. The developer named their game exactly what it is and what it does. Maze Magic is a free app with in-app purchases. I found Maze Magic can be extremely difficult if you do not purchase additional skills.

Maze Magic starts out really good. We walk around mazes and collect coins. We can also collect potions but there is no point to them. Not until evil wizards start wandering the mazes as well. Then one potion grants you one attack. It did not take long for the wizards to require two attacks to kill them. At that point Maze Magic is annoying.

The 3D effects in Maze Magic look nice. I noticed various environments in this app. They can get repetitive in an area though. The camera does not keep up with the player. So that has to be adjusted with a finger swipe. Touching where we want to walk is how we move, so it is similar to movement controls.

The music in Maze Magic is nice too. I listening to it, and the special effect sounds. All of them are really good with one small exception. I am not a fan of the death sounds. That is when I killed off a wizard. I never really understood why they were attacking me. Why are they the evil ones? Aren’t I trespassing on their lands?

There are forty different levels in Maze Magic. There are a variety of items that can be purchased by the player. Coins are purchased by the player, or found in the game levels. It all depends on how patient you can be. I did find levels can get difficult without purchasing upgrades. Maze Magic is free so all you lose is space on your iPhone/iPod Touch.

Exploring mazes is awesome. Fighting the wizards is frustrating. We have to be one space away. This excluded all chance of ambush. Usually it meant trading attacks. After a few wizards my health was gone. Avoidance is a possibility in some levels, but not many. I did not enjoy Maze Magic.

Maze Magic taught me to be sneaky, and to kill whatever was in my way. I feel that Maze Magic is a breeding ground for impatience, and selfishness. There is some mild thought process needed to try and find ones way around a maze. If there are any sequels I would like it to dwell more on the exploration and less on the combat. The combat is broken.
- Luke


Graphics: 67%
Sound: 76%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 51%
Family Friendly Factor: 59%

System: iPhone/iPod Touch{tested}
Publisher:  Zoopalnc

Rating:    ‘9+’ - 9+
{Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence}

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