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  • Summary: A classic arcade title has been reborn on the Nintendo DS system, bringing the fun and excitement of pinball action in the vein of Breakout. Utilize the features of the DS to add a new element of fun and control to the game by utilizing your stylus to rotate the maze, power up your ball toA classic arcade title has been reborn on the Nintendo DS system, bringing the fun and excitement of pinball action in the vein of Breakout. Utilize the features of the DS to add a new element of fun and control to the game by utilizing your stylus to rotate the maze, power up your ball to crash through obstacles, and keep a track on your opponents. There are a ton of unlockables within the title, including new labyrinths of varying difficulties, customization options for your ball, and so much more. Up to 4 players can compete against each other to see who can score the most points and get to the finish line first. With only one Nintendo DS card needed for multiplayer fun, all your friends can get into the action. [UFO Interactive] Expand
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  1. 60
    You could spend $20 on worse things, though. Labyrinth doesn't quite have the legs to live up alongside other puzzle games, but it does offer a little bit of substance for those looking for an exercise in strategy and cunning.
  2. 40
    A bad port of a mediocre arcade game. There's potential for fun, but that potential is never met - the single player campaign is over stunningly quick, and the multiplayer is almost unplayably buggy.
  3. Due to shoddy collision detection and a dearth of content, this Labyrinth just isn't worth solving.