➜ Featured in iTunes What’s Hot: Games, October 2009!
➜ appspy.com review: “Amazed is a good game for anyone who likes to challenge their mind with puzzles whilst racing against the clock, and is suitable for players of any age group.”
➜ casualgamerchick.com review: “Amazed is a great maze game and will keep you entertained for a while. It is a great game to pass the time and provides enough challenge to keep you coming back for more game play.”
Amazed takes the “ball in a maze” experience to the extreme. The game’s objective is simple: navigate the maze by tilting your device to reach the target in the shortest time possible. Target times are calculated based on the complexity of each maze. You’ll be awarded points based on your completion time. Collect enough points to move into the next level! The Level Select feature allows you to play any unlocked level to improve your score or just have some fun.
Amazed offers a polished experience combining high quality 3D graphics with ease of play. Each maze is generated on the fly, with a single solution guaranteed. There are 33 difficulty levels with a virtually infinite number of mazes.
➜ Highly addictive gameplay
➜ Intuitive tilt controls
➜ Cool 3D Graphics, with multiple skins
➜ Tilt based perspective change
➜ Statistics are collected on your gameplay, showing overall and per level performance and number of trophies collected
➜ Level select option, jump to any unlocked level instantly
➜ Infinite mazes generated on the fly on any of 33 difficulties
➜ Calibration options, quick two-touch calibration or auto calibration.
➜ Unobtrusive HUD that keeps you informed on your progress (if it gets on the way, just tap the HUD to move it to the opposite corner)
➜ Suspend your game at any time and continue later exactly where you left off
➜ Progress is saved upon level completion
➜ Unlike other labyrinth games, no holes or obstacles get in your way, the challenge is to find your way through the maze
➜ Physics engine guarantees precision play
➜ Play with your own music
➜ Smooth framerate