Designer: Max J. Kobbert
Artist: Andreas Härlin , Stephen Hillenburg , illuVision , Max J. Kobbert , Joachim Krause , Horst Laupheimer , Herbert Lentz , Sybille Ring , Wolfgang Scheit , vitamin-be.de , Thomas Weiss , Paul Windle
Year Published: 1986
Playing Time: 20 minutes
Number of Players: 2- 4 players
Recommended Ages: 8+ years
Categories: Children's Game , Maze , Puzzle
Mechanics: Map Deformation , Modular Board , Network and Route Building , Point to Point Movement , Tile Placement
A top-performing kids’ license comes to an international classic celebrating its 35th anniversary in Super Mario Labyrinth ! With over 20 million copies sold worldwide, Labyrinth is a classic Ravensburger game featuring a unique moving maze game board. Shift the maze to reveal new paths and find your way to Mario, Peach, Yoshi, and more. Block your opponents by moving walls and be the first to find all of your friends!
Labyrinth (formerly The aMAZEing Labyrinth) has spawned a whole line of Labyrinth games. The game board has a set of tiles fixed solidly onto it; the remaining tiles that make up the labyrinth slide in and out of the rows created by the tiles that are locked in place. One tile always remains outside the labyrinth, and players take turns taking this extra tile and sliding it into a row of the labyrinth, moving all those tiles and pushing one out the other side of the board; this newly removed tile becomes the piece for the next player to add to the maze.
Players move around the shifting paths of the labyrinth in a race to collect various treasures. Whoever collects all of his treasures first and returns to his home space wins!
Labyrinth is simple at first glance and an excellent puzzle-solving game for children; it can also be played by adults using more strategy and more of a cutthroat approach.
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