DS #2743: Labyrinth (Europe)

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Oct 4, 2008

DS #2743: Labyrinth (Europe) by shaunj66 at 6:41 PM (4,886 Views / 0 Likes) 20 replies

  1. shaunj66
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    I got the first comment!
     
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    Anyway, is this game like the one for the iPod/iPhone? Cause Labyrinth on that is pretty sweet.
     
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    Hmm will defo check out. Seems like a labyrinth game, rofl stating the obvious.
     
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    When I saw the thread title I thought it might be some awesome dungeon crawler.

    >Genre - Board Game

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    It's only one word away from "Deep Labyrinth". This game must not be as deep.

    Wait a minute, the YouTube videos make this not look like a "board game" at all. This looks more like On The Ball, the old obscure SNES game.
     
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    This must be a re-release of #1124
     
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    I looked at screenshots of this game and it doesn't look that appealing.

    They should have done this one instead:

    [​IMG]
     
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    As long as they didn't do this one:

    [​IMG]
     
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    I actually own a wooden labyrinth game but I lost one.. maybe both of the marbles. This should be fun [​IMG]... for a little atleast

    Edit: Is there any difference between this and #1124 and #1136
     
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    It IS this !!!!!!!!!! and it rocks !
     
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    I was forced to watch half of that crap movie in school. [​IMG]

    this might be the game i'm not really sure
    http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=-0ixIza8iLA

    (deep labyrinth looks better)
     
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    Actually it IS based of the movie. The game is better than the movie, trust me....
     
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    Gonna get deep labyrinth instead. It looks cooler IMO.
     
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    No it isn't, but I did find this:
    http://www.ds-x2.com/news/The%2BaMAZEing%2...s%2C11267,11267

    A DS version of it is in the works apparently [​IMG] Should be better than this one [​IMG]
     
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    This game came out months ago in europe if it is that cover its a tatio game game its a sequel to Camel Try originaly a arcade title. which was called on the ball outside japan on the Snes They is a psp version as well on Tatio Legends Power Up which also has the arcade original on it. There all short games but there ment to time and score beating game really and i always liked that film Labyrinth.
     
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    Did you try it? Because it sure looks like that to me. You insert pieces that slide rows or columns one space (the piece that drops off becoming the next to be placed), trying to make a path to whatever treasure you're supposed to be searching for.
    The top screen even shows that art on startup.
    The screens in the link are from this game.

    Maybe there's some fine point I'm missing here.

    Or do you people all just speculate and then answer as if you know?
     
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    Yeah I'd say On the Ball was a stupid name for a game, only the arcade versions is even more so, Cameltry????
     
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    that was a great board game. played it a lot when i was a kid
    here's the correct box art:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Are you guys crazy? I love that film!

    It looks absolutely amazing considering when it was produced. Excluding a handfull of ill advised CG moments I'd say it looks better than most modern films.
     

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