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My cup runneth over with thankfulness that Gamestone Studio sent Family Friendly Gaming a digital download code for Maze Bandit on Steam. This Personal Computer (PC) video game feels a lot like an app. This is from the graphics to having to wait thirty minutes for a castle upgrade to complete. Maze Bandit lets us go through and conquer mazes. We can also build our own maze that other players must try to complete.

Maze Bandit has really neat music in it. I loved listening to it while solving the mazes. After every so many puzzles (I think it was like every three) then we can pick from a door. We can find a sleeping princess. After the tutorial part of Maze Bandit gave me one, I never saw another one again. No matter which of the doors I picked. Normally I am pretty lucky, but not with Maze Bandit.

The puzzles in Maze Bandit are pretty easy to solve in Maze Bandit. I did stop a few times to think about the best way to get past a certain area. The variety of traps also made me be very careful in Maze Bandit. There are spikes, floor panels that fall away, cannons, ghosts, and more. Speaking of ghosts in Maze Bandit, your spirit will fly off when your character dies. Players can get revenge on other players in Maze Bandit. That made me very uncomfortable.

Maze Bandit has some neat things to do in the castle. We can upgrade things, take money out of the treasury, change our wardrobe and more. I am really bummed about how long upgrades take in Maze Bandit. I have only seen that kind of a thing in the repeat pay to play apps that families complain about all of the time. It was even worse when I had a lot of gold and numerous upgrades were needed.

Making your own levels starts a little small in Maze Bandit. We can only use so much space, until it is upgraded, and every trap costs money. The more I played Maze Bandit the more content I unlocked. Which meant I could make more elaborate mazes with better traps. You will have to complete your own dungeons two times in a row before Maze Bandit will let other players try it.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 85%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Gamestone Studio
Developer: Gamestone Studio
Rating: ‘NR’ for Not Rated
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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