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Get lost in The Incredible Maze! Simply tilt your Wii Remote controller to navigate a series of exciting and twisted mazes. Entering the maze could not be easier, but finding your way out will require a keen eye and a steady hand. Obstacles and traps are around every corner, so move your ball around the maze without falling off the edge.

But watch out, there are lots of surprises in store. You can hunt for gems in a timed challenge, or test your abilities in a race against the clock. The Incredible Maze is also compatible with the Wii Balance Board, so you can really put your weight into it. This is the way in, but you'll have to find your own way out.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Alex Knox

This WiiWare maze game certainly is incredible - incredibly bad, that is

Let's cut straight to the chase here - The Incredible Maze follows in the tradition of virtual labyrinth adaptations like Super Monkey Ball and Kororinpa, but utterly lacks any of the creativity or polish that make those games fun and rewarding. At a mere...

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User Comments (36)



Nintendork said:

This sounds awesome! Instant download for me ( and 500 points is a steal).

EDIT: never mind



kitroplious said:

Sounds interesting, but I'll wait for a review on this one.

EDIT: After looking at screenshots on the site posted in the USA WiiWare Update article, I think I'll pass. It looks like Shovelware!



KnucklesSonic8 said:

Kororinpa ftw! lol.

Yeah, I'm gonna get it also. I really enjoy games like this and BB Support is a big plus!



Adam said:

Except Kororinpa isn't a maze. This could be just as fun though. I loved playing with those little labyrinth toys when I was a kid.
Versus22 (or anyone), could you post a link to pictures? I can't seem to find them.



WeeGee said:

Crap, I just spent my last 500 on the frickin internet channeL!!!



Bass_X0 said:

What is incredible is that we've not heard anything of it until today.



paulis23 said:

This looks like a ton of fun! I love these kind of games and for only 500 WiiPoints you really can't go wrong.



Ian_Daemon said:

I really didn't like the "roll-goal" mini-game in Zelda:Twilight Princess, but this looks like it might be fun.



Adam said:

Oh my, that trailer looks great. If only there were some mention of a multiplayer mode or randomly generated mazes. Any info on how many incredible mazes there are?



accidental said:

This looks like total ass.
It looks like it was created by a first-year 3D modeling student.



paulis23 said:

Downloaded it this morning -- The game is actually fun and kinda challenging...I'm pleasantly surprised! Honestly...for 500 points just give it a download before slamming it.



MrPoo6321 said:

i only have 500 points left... and i kind of want to download River City Ransom or Sonic on the Master System.... but now that this is out, I think I'll wait for a review before I make any purchases.



Nintendork said:

Just like the Art Style games, this game relies on gameplay.
Seriously, who cares about graphics?

EDIT @ Mr. Cheez
Eh, I guess your sort of right



Ricardo91 said:

@Nintendork. Yes, but the Art Style games have a certain charm to their simplistic look. This looks like a low-budget PS1 game that some guy made in his basement.

As much as I like rolling-ball puzzle games, I'm giving this a pass.

I haven't found Roll Goal in TP yet. I stopped playing ever since I got stuck in the Gerudo Desert.



Twilight_Crow said:

I used to have one of those ball-in-labyrinth toys, and I loved it; it may be the old graphics but this game really reminds me of it, for only 500, if the controls are fine, I'm definitely getting it.



chiefeagle02 said:

Poor man's version of Mercury Meltdown Revolution, swapping Classic Controller support for the Balance Board. I'm actually interested. If it scores well, I may actually get this (along with the Sudoku game next month).



jeffo said:

Or like Marble Madness from the Olden-Days. I might have to get this but I'll wait for a review or more user comments.



Steviis_Father said:

Still there are mazes in Kororinpa...so if you don't want a full experience... get this. But I say, get Kororinpa because of the a.) 2 player race, b.) bonus balls, and c.) great control.



Yasume said:

It looks okay, but for some reason I feel that this game isn't going to score higher than a 5.



Terra said:

Well, i guess when you don't even tell us anything before it's released, you know it's going to be crap. The Sudoku game doesn't look too bad though. I just hope Digital Leisure don't turn the service into ShovelWare heaven



GotWii said:

This game is not bad when played with the balance board. It is horrible with the Wii-mote.
We had some friends over and played the entire night it was fun watching everyone try to balance on the Wii-board and go through the mazes. Well worth to 500 points IF YOU HAVE the Wii-balance board. I usually trust this site very much on their reviews but this is one score I grossly disagree with. This should of been around a 5.

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