Labyrinth Lite Edition For IPhone Review

Posted: Jul 28 2008, 3:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:42am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
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Today we are looking at a great free application for the iPhone called Labyrinth Lite Edition. The lite version of the game has ten levels to play. The controls for the game are the star of the show and work very well.

Graphics for the game are also very good and it has a calibration mode to get the game controls working just right. This is one of the best free apps for the iPhone available.

Review excerpt: "To control the ball you tilt the iPhone in all directions. The controls are simply fantastic and are so accurate that you can place the ball with ease on the screen. The settings menu of the game has a spot for calibrating the game to the sensors in the iPhone. You set the iPhone on a flat surface, press calibrate, and you are done." Read the full Labyrinth Lite Edition review here.

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