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Bring Back the HTC Teeter Experience with Labyrinth Pro
Not too long ago, we talked about a game that put a 3D spin on the traditional labyrinth-style game. Bringing much of the best of previous ball maze games, iCube offered new users a fresh take on the old classic. However, sometimes we want something a bit more simple—something a bit more similar to that old favorite Teeter.
XDA Forum Member WoWGames created Labyrinth Pro to give users that classic Labyrinth experience. The game features a convincing physics engine, realistically designed balls, sound effects, time keeping, and accelerometer calibration. And just to make sure you don’t get tired or frustrated, there are 56 levels of varying difficulty included with the game. Finally, game play itself is both smooth and rewarding, with decent graphics that aren’t too taxing for older devices.
You can get started by visiting the game thread. Be sure to leave your feedback for the developer while you’re at it.
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