Features & Use
A nice game for in-between, good graphics.
There are so many situations where a little game really comes in handy to stave off boredom: long waiting hours at the airport or train station, or in the waiting room at the dentist’s. Smartphones – and the library of games which can be downloaded – are perfect for these situations… and Labyrinth Lite might well be a welcome addition to your game collection.
Before commencing a game it might be worth it to make use of the electronic water level that comes with the came to help you calibrate your device’s gradometer. Once that’s sorted you can pretty much get going. Labyrinth Lite comes with 10 demo levels, each with its own degree of difficulty. The full version has over 100 levels to choose from.
Once you’ve mastered the 10 levels you can design your own using the web application; these new levels can then be downloaded to your Android phone.
Labyrinth Lite is a fun application that will definitely keep you entertained for a while.
Screen & Controls
Labyrinth Lite’s controls are very simple. There’s not much to choose from or hundreds of settings that have to be configured, and the display always looks nice and neat. The game really challenges the player’s motor skills, but it’s all in the service of augmenting the thrill of the game and never feels torturous.
An advertisement for the full version keeps popping up, which I found to be somewhat annoying.
Speed & Stability
Labyrinth Lite can be activated by clicking on its icon and you’re ready to start a game. The app’s performance was good overall, and there were no problems with its stability.
Labyrinth Lite can be downloaded for free from the Android Market.