The classic Labyrinth game where you control a steel ball by tilting a wooden labyrinth. Get 20 fun levels for free. If you like them you can buy a single In-App-Purchase which has over 1000 levels.

-60 FPS (Frames Per Second) gameplay.
-Optional 3d-walls, changing perspective when tilting phone.
-Physics simulation when falling into holes. Makes it possible to slide on a hole edge without falling.
-A carpenter level with calibration.
-Easy starting levels for newbie players.
-Tactile feedback.
-Many more...

"iPhones are already great, but how you got this to work SO well and SO realistically is nothing short of incredible." - Stan
"This is really amazing! Looks great, feels like real, simply fantastic!" - Thomas

What’s New

Version 1.9.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Improved levels
- Improved stability
- Nicer shadows

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
83 Ratings

83 Ratings

PottedStone ,

A shadow

Years ago, I used to play this game tons. So when I wanted a peaceful game to chill out to, I downloaded this again. The sad part is that I finished all the levels in 20 minutes. Maybe I’m too good, but I doubt it 😂

Michael696 ,

After Updating, Purchased Levels Gone

After updating to 1.9.3 from 1.9.2, only the Official Easy level pack was present, instead of five Official packs and many more packs I had downloaded. Clicking the Restore Purchases button in the app's Settings told me purchases had been restored, but no levels were added. Plus there was an ad at the top of the level selection screen which I would hope is only displayed to users with the initial free version. I also did not see any way to purchase the IAP (that I already have bought). I deleted 1.9.3 and reinstalled 1.9.2 which I had saved outside iTunes on my computer, and all the level packs were available as before. Seems like a major bug in this release.

TheLoach1965 ,


The free version of this app has very few mazes and kind of on the easy side for those of us who used to play the REAL thing years ago. The paid full version was a surprise, you get a LOT more mazes. The "ball" rolls smoothly, easy to control and does respond well to fast and slow tilting. It's even possible to create your own mazes. Your device has to be calibrated, leveled, but it does not prompt you to do it, check settings before starting. It's addicting and fun, 4 stars only because you have to pay for the bulk of the mazes.

App Privacy

The developer, Illusion Labs, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

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