A Maze In Love - story puzzle about boy and girl relationship

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Genre: Story Puzzle
Technologies: Unity Web Player, C# Mono, Objetive-C
Platforms: iOS
 
Language: English, Russian
 
Websites:
 
Overview:
Puzzle with love story. You need to solve mazes to reach girl you love in a beautiful environment.
  • 80+ completely diverse stages, that show the history of Boy’s and Girl’s relationship
  • AR mode (for iOS 11)
  • Procedure generated nonrepetitive mazes
  • Infinite mode with leaderboards
  • Collecting unique postcards
 
Slogan: Love is a maze
 
Video
 
Screenshots
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Needs your feedbacks
Edited by mmortall

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