by: floorsix • 369
For all I'm concerned, floorsix's Maze could be the definitive maze app.
The controls are precisely right - the app does an excellent job of detecting which way you want to move your fat fingers. The wrong ways you've gone will trace themselves onto the screen until you find the right way to the finish. Scale the size of maze desires from "kid next door" to "student in class" to "doing time." If you've got a true wild hair, try the "invisible mode, wherein you'll still have to navigate through the walls, but you won't be able to see them: yeehaw!
One thing I'd like to see is different color schemes; I quickly got tired of looking at the same bright green tones.
It's ultra simple, but it doesn't need to be anything more. When you want to solve a maze and you want to do it on your device, look no futher than floorsix's Maze.
Tags: htc incredible invisible maze , maze gratis , mazeapp class
by Janel , Appszoom
Nov 27, 2013
Billions of mazes. Swipe your finger to navigate through the maze. Includes easy to difficult levels. Includes an extra challenging invisible maze mode. Rumble feedback when you move. Your progress is saved when you exit.
This game features continuous swipe movement which allows you to move multiple squares with a single continuous swipe. The sensitivity of the swipe can be adjusted to your preference. Continuous swipe movement can be disabled in the settings by choosing Single Step Movement.
The puzzles are generated randomly and so some will be easier to solve while others will be harder to solve.