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AppGameKit/AppGameKit Studio Showcase / [WIP] Micro Maze - a casual game for mobile devices

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Zappo
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Posted: 8th Mar 2021 11:49 Edited at: 24th Mar 2021 17:41
UPDATE:
"Micro Maze" is available NOW for free from the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store!
For more information, visit: https://www.worldbydesign.com/app/micro-maze/

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Hello! You may have seen this on the AppGameKit Facebook page, but here are the details:

"Micro Maze" is a casual, dynamically generated maze game for mobile devices. It is currently still a work-in-progress but not too far from release.

Features include:

FREE - but you can watch reward adverts to unlock robots and maze themes.
3 difficulty levels to choose from for all ages.
7 Micro Bots and 11 maze themes to unlock.
4 music tracks to choose from (or pick random).
Mazes are randomly generated, so different every time.
Save your progress at any point to carry on later.
Share a maze so you can compete with others to get the best time on the same maze.
Feeling stuck? Click the hint button to watch an advert and get help on where to go.

The brain can be thought of as a muscle that benefits from exercise. Solving mazes can help children and adults to improve focus, increase concentration and enhance memory.
The act of solving a maze is defined by neuroscientists as creating a cognitive map of the environment and navigating through it. You use a part of your brain called the hippocampus which plays a major role in learning and memory, both of which are key to finding the solution.
Mazes promote the ability of forward planning and you quickly learn to look ahead at the consequences of taking certain routes before actually taking them.
Over time and with practice, maze solving will become faster and can help with problem solving skills and even improve short-term memory. This is a fun way to exercise your brain!
PSY
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Posted: 16th Mar 2021 17:24
Looks nice and polished. Everything fits together.
Very nice work. I like the style.

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Zappo
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Posted: 24th Mar 2021 17:55
Thanks PSY.
I've been busy polishing it and publishing it, and finally released it! Links are in the top post.
Loktofeit
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Posted: 25th Mar 2021 11:59
Nice work! That code to share a maze with a friend is a cool feature.
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