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Release Date: Nov 25, 2014

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Guide your ball through the maze in this quick and addictive arcade game.

Feel-A-Maze is the perfect game to pick up and play when you've only got a few minutes to spare. Unlock all 40 mazes, Collect 120 Stars, Get All 10 Achievements, Compete with your friends to top the leaderboards!

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 2 GHz processor
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DX9 compatible sound card
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43 of 47 people (91%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 10, 2015
Easy game to 100% if you are an achievement collector and for the current sale price of half a buck you can forgive it's relative brievity of 40 regular levels plus 15 extra holiday themed ones.

Nice test of your mouse movement skills too.
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19 of 19 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 5
For the price I've paid, this is an entertaining short game that feels challenging but not too hard. Feel-A-Maze is a puzzle game that focuses on your mouse movements, you must evade pretty much everything in your way and reach the exit. Simple stuff, and no, this one doesn't have the Exorcist's girl at the end of the maze so don't worry :D

If you want an easy game to complete, while being fun throughout it's levels, grab this one. Although I'd recommend picking it on a good sale, since you get about 1 hour of gameplay total. It's a simple and short game, and that's what I liked the most about it, it doesn't last enough to get boring. The music is enjoyable too, I've definitely heard worse music in these kind of games, in this case it was pretty cool.

I paid 50 cents for this game, and while it looks like a mobile game and all, I still had fun with it. Definitely buy it with a big price cut if you're a completionist looking for a fun game, but the amount of content does not justify this game to cost 5$. 5/10
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23 of 27 people (85%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 15, 2015
The goal of this game is very simple - in every level you need to move a ball to the exit through a maze without touching the edges of the maze and avoiding all other obstacles. There is a time requirement for every level - you get 1 - 3 stars per level according to your time performance; these stars are needed for unlocking all the levels.

This is considered to be one of the games in which you can obtain 100% achievements very easy – some do it in 30 minutes – 1 hour. For me, the experience of obtaining 100% was a quite frustrating because I had to retry each level several times and push myself to do it faster and faster to the point in which my wrist started to hurt like hell. Depending on your mouse type and mouse grip or maybe depending on your coordination skills and quick reactions that have been trained or not by extensive session of FPS – this might be a fun game for you or not.

Despite this, I decided to give this game a positive review – I enjoyed the concept but I think that the required times might be a bit too strict - it's that kind of game in which 1 millisecond counts a lot. I also liked a lot the extra Christmas levels, which had innovative ideas and were very fun to play.

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15 of 18 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: March 10, 2015
Well if you want to FEEL-A-MAZE, then this is a good MAZE to FEEL. You must with the left mouse button click and hold the little orb and drag it around the MAZE with out touching the sides or any obsticals that get in your way, and make it safely to the arrow, the faster you can acomplish this the more stars you earn, you only get 3 stars per MAZE though so GOODLUCK.

This is a good MAZE to test your fine motor skills out on, sadly mine are not so crash hot !. You only need to spend a few spare minutes that you have free to play each MAZE, but you must open them up as you progress on to the next MAZE.

There is 40 MAZE'S to open up, and 15 bonus MAZE'S which have a christmas theme to them, they are rather pretty in comparison, but still quite challenging to say the least.

Price wise, well for 49cents us on sale right now, grab a copy why not! you have nothing to loose but maybe your mind, anyway this is not a bad little puzzle game, dont take my word for it buy it and find out for yourselfs, I challenge you to do so, GOODLUCK with FEEL-A-MAZE ;D
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13 of 17 people (76%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: September 22, 2015
Annoying and boring


+ Music is quite good
+ Usually really cheap on sale
+ Good for 100% achivements


- Short
- Boring
- Annoying
- No mouse sensitivity options
- Full price tag is stupendous for what this game is
- Challenging sometimes, due to no sensitivity option

Download Size: 234mb
Achievement Difficulty: Easy to 100%
Hours to 100%: 1-2

Rating: 2/10
Recommendation: Avoid

My Opinion:

The game itself is simple and quite boring, aside from different levels this game doesn't offer anything besides the same gameplay so I won't recommend it.

I got the game for 39p when it was on sale, this game is priced way too high for how short it is and what it is. Easy 100% achievements, the only thing I felt I got out from the game. If that is something you want then get the game on sale, I wouldn't advise the game otherwise.
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11 of 14 people (79%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 12, 2015
easy achievement xD
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13 of 18 people (72%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: June 18, 2015
What is Feel-A-Maze?

Feel-A-Maze is a dexterity game where you need to navigate a green ball with your mouse through different mazes in a certain time. The time limit is tight, but never unfair - even I was able to finish some levels feeling I had some time left or made a mistake in between and still got three stars.

The game reminds me of the wire-loop game, as in you have that ball and click it with your mouse to navigate it and are not allowed to touch anything except keys you need later to open locks. This "anything" is at first walls, then later moving walls, walls that blend in and out, walls that follow you as well as rocks and balls that fall down and in the case of balls also may bounce.

The biggest minus point of the game is the length. Even at the nice number of 40 levels it brings, you can finish the game in five minutes with perfect play. A realistic estimate to beat it is around 30 to 60 minutes. If you desire so, you can play another 15 christmas themed levels by clicking a button in the main menu. I did not play those since they don't give extra achievements.

Unfortunately I was unable to find how to turn off the music and sound ingame, so a minus point must be given there. The music is okay, but you should not expect anything special.
The graphics are fitting for the type of game it is, with the exception of the final level, but this was most likely done by default.
The controls are - as said before - completely with the mouse. Bad: I would have wished an option where you control the ball always instead of having to keep the mouse key clicked. Regardless of how well that would work for me personally, it would give everyone the preferred playstyle.
The gameplay is varied, but in my opinion some themes are explored not enough. Maybe more levels that screw with visibility would have been nice, or even one where your up and down controls are reversed, but then with a lot more time to complete it.

As it stands, however, it is a solid small title that is reminiscent of the early 1990s in style. It is of course up to your personal taste if you enjoy such games, but for me it was a fun and short experience that had the frust factor nailed right to keep me going - it felt difficult but almost never unfair. Yes, there could be improvements, it is far from perfect. But the developer has apparently invested quite some thought in it. With more levels, more variety, maybe even an editor, this game could improve, but this does not mean it wouldn't already be worth playing.

For achievement hunters: The achievements work fine and can be gotten by getting three stars on all levels, i.e. in the time described above.

Recommended: If you can get it on a good sale, it is definitely worth checking out for fans of dexterity games! There is some potential that is unused, but the base provided here is a solid one. Overall I can give a slightly positive review, or if you prefer numbers I give a 6 out of 10 for the fun but short experience.

It remains to be hoped the developer expands the game or makes a sequel, incorporating a few of my ideas or other ones he can come up with for more variety.
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10 of 13 people (77%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 11, 2015
This game. Before buying it, I knew I would feel bad doing it.

... I was right.
As you can guess, there's no story. No help, not even an explication ingame. At least you can get almost all of it on the steam store page, hehe.
It's the king of game that made you wonder how it got approved. $5 for this could almost be called "stealing".
I bought it for $1, and it feel way too much for this.

I played 1 hour to get the gist of it, to finish this game at 100%. Yet, I only enjoyed the first 5 minutes or so.
This game is freaking repetitive, the music is generic as hell, nothing outstanding for the graphics, and there's this really bothering lag every time you go on the menu.
First time I launched the game, it always showed "0/10 achievements", even when Steam was saying I got some. It even showed "5/20 achievements" from time to time (wtf?) I got really bored of it, and I continued later. The achievement counter was fixed when I launched it a second time, and it was the star counter.

Like, some basic features like that are not even correctly done.

This game wants to be "hard", "frustrating", "giving the chance to improve", and yet, after every death, there's this a bit too long for my taste, wait to finally starts. It frustrates me more than the game itself.
There's also the fact that when you finish a level, you see for some seconds the screen saying you failed, then the right screen is shown. What is wrong with this game?

I think it would be way more apt for this game to be on a website like Kongregate, somewhere where it would be free to play, since it's definitely not worth paying for.
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7 of 9 people (78%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 6
Feel-A-Maze is a game in which you move a ball with your mouse through a labyrinth of blocks, all the way to the goal. It's really straightfoward and short. The game took me 25 minutes to 100%, finishing all levels in the game with 3 stars.

The movements are fluid, which is great, but the game is a little frustating. The monsters only follows you in the first 2 seconds or so of the game, after that you have to wait until 7-8 seconds until they start moving again. This makes it really awkward when going for 3 stars, but it is totally doable.

The game is repetitve, there's about 3-4 electronic soundtracks that are alright, but nothing special... I've seen at least 1 level be re-used in this awfully short game, they just added more monsters to it...

A total waste of money at $5, the game takes about 25 minutes to complete! Buy it on sale or do not buy it at all in my opinion! It's fun, but way too short.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
1.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 13, 2014
Does what it says on the tin. Fun, casual levels with a modicum of challenge to at least several of them. Recommended if you like this sort of thing!
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0.1 hrs
Posted: September 20
play the game.
using mouse is hard.
use pen tablet.
it's more harder.
play using mouse again.

the game is fun, but it's more like repeating same level with more obstacle.
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0.5 hrs
Posted: September 10
Recommended !
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0.2 hrs
Posted: August 29
I can't recommend this game for anything much over 25 cents, and even then, there are likely better games out there more worthy of your time. The game is simplistic, and just not very fun. I found the controls to not be very responsive, as my mouse cursor would often be ahead of the ball, making it exceedingly hard to complete any of the levels within a 3 star time, and I even ran into a level where I couldn't move the ball between the moving blocks at all, as there was always one block between me and where I needed to go, which made the level impossible. That's when I quit playing and deleted the game.
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0.9 hrs
Posted: July 4
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between Good and Must Play

Family rating

- Key features below ---- Review after -----------------------------------------------

Play time needed (perfect)
about 1 hour
Gaming level
Achievement level
Game style
Arcade, Puzzle
Game modes
Main levels, Additional levels (X-Mas)
Reach the exit.
Fine. (One or two?)
Mouse only
More or less
Unmissable / backtracking content
Download contents DLC
Glitches / bugs
Worth price
It deserve less than $5 according to its length.

- Review below ----------------------------------------------------------------------

Do not think that game is easy, Feel-A-Maze is mostly an arcade game with a few puzzle features and you really need to be as fast and accurate as possible. It remembers me the game with a kind of needle which you need to move between two metal rods avoiding touching one of them and then reach the exit. But in that game there is a timer and you're rated with stars depending of your time. If you wish to perfect the game (achievements) you'll to get all stars in the main levels to get most of them.

Each level begins with a "Ready, Steady, Go" (1,2,3) before the timer begins. Then you need to click and hold the green ball to move it through the level and reach the green exit in the required amount of time. The difficulty is progressive beginning with some static maze and then with some moving parts as well as some other obstacles.

Don't be afraid at the beginning to try again several time until you get used to a fast and accurate way to solve levels in order to get a 3-star rating.

If you think this game is for you I recommend you to buy it in sales because of its length.
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0.2 hrs
Posted: June 26
Very simple , cheap, and well presented game where you drag a ball through a maze without hitting the sides or hazards placed in your way. It is a time challenge that is dexterity based and is supposedly easy according to others. I am, however, an older player and such dexterity was beyond my ability, but while the game was not my cup of tea, I do recognise how addictive it is and why it appeals to so many. While it's a very simple game at heart, it might be worth spending a few cents on, just to see if you like it.
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♫ Euphoric guinea pig :D
0.8 hrs
Posted: May 14
Well, it can be easily completed in less than 1 hour with 100% achievements. (even with the extra levels) That's the idea of the game - gotta go fast. It's fun, sure, but definitely not worth 5 euros. I paid 99 cents and I still Feel-A-Lack of gameplay. Maybe because the levels were easy and what's more important - short. It looks like a flash game. And that's why I am going to give this one a negative review. It's overpriced. I've played a 99 cents game (for which I've paid 15-ish cents) and it took me 8 hours to complete it, plus it was more fun. So don't bother buying "Feel-A-Maze" unless you Feel-A-Need of achievements and an another 100% game.
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0.7 hrs
Posted: May 5
Short, crude, frustrating as hell but fun. The game is simple but challenging, and you will most likely swear a lot playing it. Worth the asking price.
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0.5 hrs
Posted: March 27
Love it. And it has a suprising amount of replayability. Some of these levels are really tough to get three stars on.
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0.4 hrs
Posted: March 25
Carpal Tunnel Simulator -

It seems like this would be a fun game for a tablet - so I can play with my finger. Haha.

Simple enough concept, move your ball through the maze without touching the walls. Great, I love mazes. But with a mouse, it physically hurts. Holding down the mouse button and repetative wrist motions are the only way to play, and if you fail it takes about 3 seconds to retry the level. Almost as much time to restart the level as you are given to complete a level with 3 stars... cannot recommend.

If you are going to play, I would suggest using windowed mode with the lowest resolution to reduce the range of motion.
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