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Nintendo DS Homebrew: Mind Maze Beta 3 released

Posted by Mohd Khairun Nasir Saadi On - - 0 comments

MindMaze is a collection of puzzle games being created by Knightfox. Beta 3 has been released, including an alpha version of the third puzzle game.

Released Notes:
After spending a few days working on it, we already have a playable alpha version of the 3rd mini-game of Mind Maze.

Additional Info:

Mind Maze is a compendium of minigames in which intelligence and skill with the stylus are the basics to solve them.

- How to Play.

Main Menu
At start, Mind Maze ask us to choice if we are right or left handed and give us the possibility to switch languages (English / Spanish).
In the Main Menu, we can move the icons with the stylus, moving them right and left. To select a minigame or option, we must tap the desired icon twice.

1st Mini Game - Slide Puzzle
The objective of this minigame is to solve a sliding tile puzzles of 3x4 in the shortest time possible with the less amount of moves.
A better score, gives you more credits to buy more puzzles.

The 2nd minigame - Couples
This is a memory game. We will have to make 4 pairs per round, in a total of 4 rounds, leaving the "Joker" card to the end of each round.
If we uncover before we lose all couples accumulated for that round and we will start again.


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