Where Pirate Treasure failed, Labyrinth: Classic Pinball Puzzles succeeds. Pirate Treasure has uncalibrated gyroscopic controls. You fought the game to move your ball. Labyrinth, on the other hand, has buttery smooth gyroscopic controls that are responsive and fun to use. The game is a series of wooden ball mazes, with holes, various kinds of bumpers, switches and more! There are effectively two difficulty modes, easy and hard. Easy is playing with the left stick, making things pretty easy. The real way to play, however, is with the gyroscopic controls, making every level a challenge. And they get challenging pretty quickly with gyroscopic controls.
I honestly have nothing particularly bad to say about Labyrinth: Classic Pinball Puzzles other than it needs more than one music track. Otherwise, it’s a fun, simple, no frills game by Megame, who are known for such things. I played Jelly Fruit Adventure, a match 3 game by Megame a few months back, expecting to trash it, I ended up playing for a pretty long time. While I never got around to reviewing it, it’s a decent little game. And while Crafting Block World was pointless in the face of Minecraft, it still was not a terrible game by any means. My point is, Megame creates solid, though not particularly stellar titles that are often worth your time. Classic Pinball Puzzles is no different. I don’t feel it deserves a Must Play, so I will just simply Recommend it highly. Enjoy.
Overall: Labyrinth: Classic Pinball Puzzles is not the prettiest or flashiest game, but is still a very well made game.