"A Maze Thing Lite” is a free version of “A Maze Thing”, a game that combines maze searches with a monopoly-like board game for one to four players.
This free version lets you sample one of the dozen maze types and the beginner maze sizes.
You and your fellow archaeologists have landed on Prospero's Island in the Mediterranean looking for lost treasure in underground caves and labyrinths.
In multiplayer mode you each start with $25,000.
If you collect all the treasures in a cave you get to own it, and can then charge any other player who lands on it a fee of $1000 for each cave that you own (e.g., if you own 3 caves, they pay you $3000.
Once that player pays the fee, however, they can enter a new part of the cave and, if they collect all the treasures there, the cave is now theirs.
The game continues as long as you want to play.
You can set your own criteria for winning, for example when the first player runs out of money, or when all but one player runs out of money, or when the highest score reaches a certain point.
Because of the danger, you are using ground penetrating radar to guide a remote-controlled robot to dig through the caves.
You must get to the treasures and out of the caves before the robot is destroyed by one of the many dangers: falling boulders, lava pits that spring up as you dig, underground creatures that don't like intruders, ice caverns, underground rivers and tubes left by some ancient civilization.
Mazes are created randomly so no two will be the same.
Updated icons and mazes.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.