Publisher: Illusion Labs–Price: $4.99–Labyrinth 2 is a maze game using the physics of iDevice in order to move the marble to the objective. It includes new elements, such as doors, magnets, fans, and lasers, and loads of levels. The gameplay is simple, just tilt your iDevice to move the marble in order to get to the objective. The game has a decent tutorial at the start, and a message box introduces new concepts and items as they appear. One of the best things about this app is the crisp graphics. The borders are wood, and all of the items and components are well designed and rendered, and look great on iDevice. There’s quite a few level packs right out of the box, and you can download as many as you want from the level server, that are created by other players, for free. Some levels I’ve seen and downloaded are totally bogus (you can’t pass them, I mean). Labyrinth 2 also has a local multiplayer mode, where you can play against opponents via either wi-fi or bluetooth. The game has its own system of awards already embedded in the game, but Game Center should be added to this game as it felt missing (both in terms of achievements and multiplayer). Other than that, Labyrinth 2 is a must have. I had loads of fun testing it, and I honestly think it’s the best game of it’s kind out there. With that said, it could still use some touch ups, like Game Center support, and lowering the price a few bucks might be a good idea. That’s why Labyrinth 2 gets a 9 out of 10 from me, Thumbs up.