Now on M1 Macs! The controls are a bit tricky: click on the lower left of the screen to move forward. Click on the middle of the screen and drag left-right to turn.
Use your iPhone or iPad to find your way out of the maze with just your footsteps and a flashlight to guide you. Don't let the suspense sound effects make you nervous!
The 3D maze is regenerated each time, with randomly generated layouts, randomly selected bump-mapped wall materials, and randomly drawn skies (you'll have to find the exit to see that).
Features a first-person view and a dual thumb control: press your left thumb on the lower left corner of the screen moves you forward while dragging your right thumb on the screen turns. Double-tap to pause and bring up the menu.
Stuck? Give your device a good shake to rescramble the maze!
Tap the camera button to substitute your own wall material - either from your photo album or by using the camera.
SmartAppDevelopers - "Challenging. Really creates the feel of being lost in a maze. Fugu Maze is an interesting and intense application for the iPhone."
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Created with the Unity game engine from Unity Technologies, Holo UI for uGUI from EVIL, iLife Sound Effects, MacXWare Font Library, unimgpicker from the doritos.
Wall materials from A dog's life software, Photorealistic Pack from Overflowing Studios, Cobblestone from YingDude, tileable texture pack from Will B, Tangy Textures Material Pack from LemonSpawn.
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
Updated to Unity 2018.2.1
Reduced build size
Ratings and Reviews
The update has improved the controls -I no longer get stuck facing a corner or staring at the ceiling! Not sure what the sound qeues are indicating ... a help screen would be good. Also, have the maze generate a new one automatically rather than putting you in a different part of the same maze (as several folks mentioned below). Still, I am having fun with it :-)
Not a game (yet)
Although everyone has his/her own definition of the word "game", I would rather call FuguMaze a "demo". It's a cool way to show graphics capabilities of the iPhone, but it lacks a lot of essential gameplay elements. After a few minutes wandering through the maze and looking at the identical textures becomes incredibly boring. Not to mention that there's always an easy method to find a way out: just follow the wall to your right (or left if you prefer). If you reach a dead end, just turn around and continue. Sooner or later you'll find the exit.
The music and the flashlight effect both help create a haunted, mysterious atmosphere where you would expect to find a scary monster hiding behind a corner, but it's a false feeling - there are no monsters, just the same boring walls everywhere.
To fully take advantage of that dark atmosphere you could add some variety to the textures, put one or two enemies into the maze, implement accelerometer controls - and not only you'll have the full right to call it a game, but it will become an instant hit.
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- Technicat, LLC
- 294.9 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Technicat LLC
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