Average Playtime: 3 hours

Labyrinth Simulator

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Labyrinth Simulator offers you a endless levels of labyrinths and imagination. In Labyrinth Simulator you are the part of the game. Make your own level, publish it or download a level created by community, play it with your friends or play it with your own. Endless levels, endless choises. Labyrinth Simulator offers you a great journey where you can solve a labyrinth with your own or you can get help of your frinds on this journey.

Single Player
Play level created by us or created by community. You can save your own level on level builder and play it yourself.Co-Op
You can tell your friends to join you in this awasome journey. 4 player allowed at once. Random spawn, who finds the exit first is the winner.
Play featured level created by us or created by community.Level Creator
The journey will not end when you finish featured level on Labyrinth Similator. You can create your own levels, publish them and get rating from community.
Be the part of the game. You can download level which is created by the community of the Labyrinth Simulator.
Release date
Phoenix Game and Publisher Studio
Phoenix Game and Publisher Studio
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.5 Ghz or faster
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 3000
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Early Access Review Who thinks this is a fun crap game, which is what you can take with you ... Should demand Money for Gameplay. The "Gameplay" (actually an Insult to that Word) consists of walking through a Maze of dupstep music in the Background. In "Ulliminati" mode, on the other hand, chilling Music is running. That's it. This Game is not worth 1ct. Please don't buy it. Please!
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Early Access Review That's just boring. Slender Mode doesn't work properly! "Why?" Slender pops up randomly and doesn't do Game Over when you come across him like he does in the Original Game. And Slender Mode Is the Reason why I would have been fascinated by it. The Editor shows no Landscape. No matter where you look! (Maybe only I have the Problem alone, but still!) It could be so much grander!
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Early Access Review No, it's all no longer funny at all. One should be aware before buying that the Style of the Game is made of Memes and Insults towards the Player himself. Otherwise, the 3 Game Modes that are clapped to the Player in front of the Fresco are first different in Appearance and the basic Goals are different. In the End, though, it all boils down to the same thing. You collect something to come to the End and that's it. Each Game Modes has only one Level to play in about 5 Minutes. You can actually switch to the Level Editor, or just didn't feel like it anymore. This is incredibly child-light to use. However, I don't see any Reason to design just one Level here, as the Choices of assets are a Joke. In the End, it strikes you that even "Windows 3D Maze Screensaver" for Windows 95 had a bigger Set-piece than this Game here. -> There was an Item where you just played the Level to the Head. That was something I felt was really cool at the time and that was also very distinctive. Here, however, there is simply something missing here. I think, Of course, that memes, Dubstep and Insults are being considered as a special Main feature, which I find it more than ridiculous here. I can also watch a Cake TV Video and then polish my Shotgun. Would probably have the same Side effect. Did I mention that half the soundtrack Sounds like it was simply recorded illegally with a cheap Headset? Ridiculous Shit. Never worth £550. Funny Fact On the Sidelines: The "long" playing Time only comes from it, as I clicked on the Credits. There was a Button with "Supporter." I wanted to get to know them (and actually all of them then to look up and beat them). Unfortunately, from there followed an endless Loading Time which could not be broken off and during this very time I wrote this "Review." P. S. Long Live the Steam Refund System!
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