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Marble Maze

by Deemedya M.S Ltd.
Rated: All Ages

Price: $0.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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Product Features

  • Play a classic marble labyrinth game
  • Features easy courses for kids, fiendishly difficult ones for adults
  • Offers many different modes for different obstacles and courses
  • Wind your way through all-hole courses
  • Resist magnets and dodge cannon fire

Product Description

Marble Maze is the famous tilt-based labyrinth game that'll keep you on the edge of your seat. With its realistic physics, it features a wide range of difficulty with many different modes.

All you have to do is tilt your smart phone and guide a marble to the goal, avoiding holes and other obstacles along the way. For young players and newbies, there are easy courses that will get you used to the world of Marble Maze. Classic mode features a wide variety of mazes for your marble to travel through; nothing but walls and holes come between you and the goal.

For an extra challenge, try All-Hole mode, where even the slightest mistake will send you back to the beginning. Modern mode has unique obstacles that add a twist to the classic game, such as sliding blocks, attracting magnets, whirling spinners, and cannons that shoot repellent gun fire.

Can you get through all the Marble Mazes in record time? Why not find out?

This is an ad-free version.

Technical Details

Size: 1.9MB
Version: 1.0.1
Developed By: Deemedya M.S Ltd.
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Access the vibration feature
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
  • Read only access to device state
Minimum Operating System: Android 1.6
Approximate Download Time: Less than 30 seconds

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By Samuel Mitchell on September 16, 2012
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Marble Maze (actually called Marble Maze Reloaded) is your standard labyrinth game, the object of which is to navigate a ball through a hole filled maze, and get it to the finish line. At the more advanced levels, you also encounter objects such as magnets that pull you in, blocks that move along with your ball, guns that must be avoided, etc.

The Good:

- It's fun to roll through mazes while avoiding obstacles.

- There are plenty of levels for all skill ranges.

- Graphics, while not stunning are more than enough for this type of game.

- Although there is no music, the sound effects are well done.

The Bad:

- No multiplayer of any kind. The permissions make this seem like a multiplayer game, but it's not.

- Did not work properly on two of my tablets (Toshiba and Asus), however it does work fine on the original Kindle Fire.

- The control isn't tight enough and the ball speed is too fast. Even if you gently move your Android device - it has a tendency to send the ball flying.

The Ugly:

- Read only access to phone state - This permission gives an application access to the IMEI, IMSI, and your phone number (as well as incoming and outgoing calls). So think of it as a massive tracking cookie that keeps tabs on everything you do, and that you had no choice in installing.
Many software developers use this permissionsto track purchases and piracy. However the potential for disaster is huge here. A lot of companies will pay good money to get the information above, and once that falls into their hands...

- Open network sockets - This permission gives an application free range Internet access.
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By Mark B on September 16, 2012
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The bad reviews are right. Unplayable. Needs calibration. I am installing until developers figure up a fix. Using a Toshiba thrive.
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Tried to play this game on a rooted Coby Kyros MID 7042 but gave up very quickly because the ball response was totally wonky. As soon as you start a level, the ball will shoot off very quickly no matter how you hold the tablet. It will then continue in that direction until it hits a Sagani or a hole. If it does go into a hole, it goes right back to the beginning then back to the hole over & over with no way to remove it from this infinate loop unless you give up & exit the level. When I tried a different level that didn't immediately lead to a hole, the ball didn't respond according to any laws of physics, friction, or gravity. When the ball ran into a corner, I tried holding the tablet at different angles, shaking it, holding it upside down/vertically, & turning it in a circle but couldn't get the ball out of the corner. Beside there being no logical response to movement, there isn't an option to control speed of the ball. So no matter how slightly you change the angle of the tablet, if the ball even bothers to respond at all, it will shoot off wildly, often in the opposite direction it should have gone. In a couple of instances I held the tablet at a 90 degree angle to try to get the ball to move but it would stubbornly stay where it was. Then when the tablet was placed level to the floor again, the ball would take off in some random direction. With the control & ball response this abysmal, the game is hopelessly frustrating & completely unplayable. Uninstalling now.
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It clearly does not know which way is up on my Asus Transformer tablet. Even when it's flat on the desk, the marble shoots out as if I'm holding it vertically.
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I downloaded the app to my Toshiba Thrive. It looks like a nice design with lots of options and levels. But, the Thrive did not react properly to the movement. If it worked properly, which it must on some tablets, it would probably get five stars from me.
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We have all played this game. You try to roll the ball through the maze and avoid going into one of the holes. The objective here is to get to the race flag checkered area as fast as possible. On some levels there are cannons shooting small cannon balls that can hit your marble and cause it to move where you don't want it to. The first easy level is just a primer and it requires almost no skill at all.

The classic level already starts getting harder and you will find yourself holding your breath and concentrating like crazy on some of the levels. The game keeps track of the time you take to beat each puzzle. Each level features its own challenges whether it is magnets, spinning wooden beams, or cannons that shoot you and they are fun and challenging. The level controls are set up very well on my Kindle Fire and you have great control, that is until you get to the levels that use the magnets.

There are three web links in the game that are under credits and oddly enough they take you to the SDK for the JAVA development software and the game's physics engine software web site. I can see posting a logo of what software you used but a link to their web site is something that users would never really care about. The third link is to Hyperkani, if you touch their name, and it takes you to their web site. Once there you can see a long list of their games and you can then link to other web sites to download the games.

The only real downfall of this game is that the permissions can be used for benign reasons like to register your game but they also take your device ID and can see when you receive phone calls and see their numbers. This is again a question of security as this unique device ID has one good advantage and many possible negative uses.
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