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Labyrinth Flash Game Challenger

Well it’s finally playable. It’s the Labyrinth Game Challenger flash game. This is the first attempt at a flash game for the website and I think it came out well with thanks going to Stephen Owens of Studio-Owens.com for the tutorial.

This game is the hand held version of the Labyrinth Game Challenger with a few additions of my own included.

How fast can you finish?

Tip: To start over and play again, just go back to the start button and it will reset

Instructions:

The purpose of the game is to carefully move the player, with the mouse, through the labyrinth. You can’t touch the sides so the game is similar to the board game Operation.

The player is Rod the Circle. Once you enter the game window you control Rod. Actually, Rod is a rod, but from the top view he appears to be a circle.

Move Rod to the Start button to start the maze. Once the timer starts, move through the maze while avoiding the sides as best you can. Don’t be fooled, you can’t touch the silver edges(except when you move from Start to the maze and to move up to the 100) or else you will lose, signaled by a sound and the lower right blue square will light up. To try again if you lose, move back to the Start button and begin again.

Apparently it’s HARD, so you’ll probably be lucky to finish at all MWAH HAHAHAHA. It’s less frustrating than the real thing though, but you can play a bigger browser version to.

And if there are any bugs, please let me know by leaving a comment or contact me. This is as easy as I can make it so for any “its too hard” comments, suggest a way to make it easier.

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2 Responses to “Labyrinth Flash Game Challenger”

  1. Thanks for letting me know that my tutorial was helpful. I like this variation of it.

  2. John Halley says:

    With all the things I’ve seen on the internet, I was expecting an image from the Exorcist to pop up mid way through and scare the day lights out of me.

    Oh, and I cheated, and I got a big kick out of the little kids, in the finest broken English, calling me on what I did to get to the end of the game.

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