Speed Mazing is one of the newest games on the market to hit mobile devices. This game challenges you and your friends at a particular level with an increasingly difficult path that must be completed before time runs out, not giving players much time to react. With its unique premise, Speed Mazing has already gained some traction in the world of gaming as it’s been downloaded more than 50 million times so far

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For those hoping for multiplayer mayhem, Speed Mazing’s extremely simplistic nature makes it difficult to recommend. Because of the game’s incredibly basic control method and lack of alternatives, players will tire of it in less time than it takes to complete a single round.

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With Piotr Zurek, ukasz Leszczuk, and Infinite Dreams’ new party game Speed Mazing, it’s a race to the finish. Should gamers add this title to their party game collection if they’re tasked with evading spikes, gathering gems, and coming out on top?

Review of Speed Mazing

The goal of this multiplayer-focused game, which focuses only on PvP combat, is simple: gather the gems before your opponent. This top-down environment may seem plain at first, but as you step on your color-coded platform, things rapidly get complicated.

The globe begins to fall apart from there, with spikes bordering much of it and blocks with symbols such as stars, crowns, and moons making up the remainder. Players must carefully monitor their steps in order to reach the gem on the other side uninjured – all before their opponent and without dying.

Although there is a strong emphasis on speed in Speed Mazing, there is minimal contact between you and your opponent. For starters, participants are on separate platforms, so there’s no way to knock someone off the course or use powerups to undermine their efforts. There’s nothing more to do here than run — apart from the standard WASD controls, there’s nothing else to urge gamers to “get gud” beyond the fundamentals – there’s even no leap button.

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With each round set up as a best-of-nine, repetition may set in rapidly between each run. From 1 to 7, you may increase the difficulty for yourself or your opponent, although even the most difficult levels aren’t too demanding. There are no power-ups, adversaries, or diversity — you receive exactly what you see. Although there are ten maps to pick from, five of them are duplicated in the “Mega Mix” edition, which is a letdown. Those expecting for some variation between the several playable characters will be disappointed, since the only differences between them are purely aesthetic.

Note that bots and internet play are not supported in the Versus Mode of Speed Mazing; all matches must be played locally. This seems to be a significant missed opportunity, since it severely restricts the game’s replayability.

There is, however, a single player game called Time Trial Mode. This one requires players to acquire all gems in each level as quickly as possible. While enjoyable, this is also a little simplistic at its foundation. To make things worse, each one can be completed rather rapidly – there are even accolades for completing some levels in under 19 seconds. It’s a brief diversion that will be over before gamers have had a chance to process it.

For those hoping for multiplayer mayhem, Speed Mazing’s extremely simplistic nature makes it difficult to recommend. Because of the game’s incredibly basic control method and lack of alternatives, players will tire of it in less time than it takes to complete a single round.

This Speed Mazing review was completed on a computer. The game was downloaded from the internet.

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