The aMAZEing Labyrinth
English language edition
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The aMAZEing Labyrinth--shift the maze to reach your goal! Deep within the labyrinth, players search for treasured objects. Stopped by a stone wall? Use the extra tile to shift the maze and open passages for your player to advance.
Players are dealt cards that represent their goals in the maze, and on each turn have one opportunity to shift a row of walls by inserting one extra tile. After moving the maze, the player may advance at will through the open corridors. Often it's possible to reach a goal in one turn; others may prove more elusive! The first player to reach all the assigned goals and return to the starting point wins.
Max J Kobbert
Players: 1 - 4
Time: 20 minutes
Ages: 8 and up
Weight: 1,057 grams
Language Requirements: This is an international edition or domestic edition of an imported item. Game components are language-independent. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English.
Average Rating: 4.4 in 8 reviews
Most reviews mention playing it with kids. Well, I don't have any, but still love the game.
The rules are simple, but gameplay can still be challenging. Add the extra tile to push a row of the maze, then move your piece as far as you can towards your goal. Plays equally well with two, three, or four players.
Game components are sturdy and well constructed. The artwork is also fun.
This game fits well as a bumper between more involved games like Settlers of Catan, LOTR Risk, or Carcasonne.
My whole family loves this game! I enjoy it as much as my kids, ages 4 and 11. We usually play a 'cooperative' version, where we have our cards face up and help one another find the objects. It is fun to see that we often have different ideas on getting through the maze to find the same object. The kids enjoy being able to physically shift the maze, rather than just passively moving a piece around a board. It's a whole new game board every time you play.
The rules are very simple, yet playing the game is not. This is a great game for expanding the logical thinking skills of kids, as you have to be able to think ahead several moves. I also appreciate the beauty and sturdiness of the wooden markers, the maze pieces and the board. They are all high quality. I highly recommend this game!
Maybe I've played this game only once, but I'm already a huge fan of it. It's too cool to be believed; it's got everything a board game needs: a creative idea for the game; easy to understand rules... it's also challenging, but fun to play at the same time. I would definitely recommend this for players of all ages.
I would give it 6+ stars (out of 5)!!!
I enjoy very much playing it!
I am glad I saw this game at the house of my friends. I advice that all of you play this wonderful game!
I don't have anything else to say as: 'Play and enjoy it!'.
It is unusual to find a game that can honestly be played with a mixed group of children and adults and provide fun for all. We frequently play Labyrinth with a group of adults plus children under 9 years old, and one of the kids often wins! The game is well-constructed and attractive, and the rules are simple to learn. We appreciate that this game makes us all think a little instead of just being one of the 'roll the dice and move your piece' type of games. We own many board games, but this is the one that our cousin's kids always ask us to bring over for family game nights. 5 stars!
This game is a great mental exercise. The rules are so simple that you can lose them and still know how to play years later. But the combinations are endless so that every game is a different challenge. The board is visually appealing, and the box stands up to average game room conditions.
The game is a board of tiles that create a maze. The tiles can be moved and pushed so the maze changes throughout the game. Each player has a goal to get to six different points in the maze. On their turn they can add a tile to one of the columns or rows in the maze, pushing the entire row/column and changing the maze. The game only takes about 30 minutes and can be played cooperatively or competitively.
My wife and nine year old daughters love this game and want to play it often. We know several other families (with children) who love the game as well. Personally, I am not a big fan of this game. I feel it has several significant flaws as far as game mechanics are concerned.
In short, if you are looking for a family game, this is a pretty good bet, especially for only only $20. If you are looking for games with family playability, I think Montgolfiere is better.