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App description: "MZR is a free, frenetic puzzler that feels both tight and accomplished. Only a stone's throw away from a Tetris for the '10s.", Pocket Gamer

MZR is a cool frantic music game about solving mazes...

"... a tension-filled, electrified brain teaser that tickled my inner score chaser in a way I hadnt expected.", 148Apps

Featuring pulsating graphics and a thumping soundtrack, MZR makes you think
differently about what a puzzle game should be.

Select destinations in the order in which they will be reached by the light beams from the starting point. Level-up on success or stay on the same level until you solve the maze. Beat the time!

Each level-up increases the height of your tower representing your score. Collect height power-ups at BONUS LEVELS to increase your height gain. Collect time power-ups to extend the play time.

MZR is a challenging game. MZR is a fair game. There are NO in-app-purchases that will help you win or make the game easier. You are as good as your maze solving skills and they will get better the more you play MZR!

Prepare yourself for a fantastic audio and visual assault to your senses!

KEY FEATURES
Infinite random generated mazes that you have to solve.
Two main types of maze solving closest first and shortest path.
Cool pulsating visuals synchronized with music. Great soundtrack.
A novel approach to leaderboards. Instantly see how good you are compared to your friends, your fellow countrymen or the world.

Have fun and well see you on the leadergrid!
07-25-2014, 02:35 AM
#2
Joined: Oct 2013
Location: Norwich, England
Posts: 4,596
I am really liking this. I need to play a lot more to give some impressions but I love the graphic style and the gameplay is interesting too. Definitely recommended so far.
07-25-2014, 07:08 AM
#3
I dont get it. You just tap the end points? I like the style a lot, very stylish, but I don't get the gameplay
07-25-2014, 03:44 PM
#4
Joined: May 2014
Location: Sweden
Posts: 356
Game Impressions

07-28-2014, 09:38 AM
#5
Quote:
Originally Posted by NiceDude View Post
I dont get it. You just tap the end points? I like the style a lot, very stylish, but I don't get the gameplay
  • Randomly generated maze.
  • From a starting point, lines flow out in all possible directions to "solve" the maze.
  • Before that though, you have to (quickly) bet on which end point will be reached first, second etc.
  • It can get very frantic and difficult later on.
  • It's akin to Super Hexagon in that it trains a very specific type of pattern recognition. It just requires less dexteriry.