A simple game with no puzzles, no traps, and no enemies. Just you and a maze. Can you get to the end of it, or will you forever be trapped in the labyrinth?
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Sep 14, 2017

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September 21

What's planned for the future...

I know that this game isn't all that much, for now anyways.

Actually, as some have pointed out in the reviews already, this game is more of a proof of concept than the final version. I'm actually still working on the full version of it, though right now it would look quite a bit different than what's up right now.

The original Labyrinthian (which I'll probably re-name in the future) is made in Unity, but I'm actually working in Unreal Engine 4 now since I find it a lot easier to work with (at least, when it comes to doing anything even resembling coding).

I'm going to try and basically re-build the Original Labyrinthian in Unreal, but if that doesn't work out very well, then I'll just have it as a second launch option. Regardless, the Labyrinthian that exists right now will stay mostly (if not entirely) unchanged from it's current state.

I do want to stress however, that I am still working on expanding and improving the game as a whole. I'm plan on sticking to the main idea of the base version (simple maze game without traps or enemies), but I might mess around with some alternate game modes in the future.

I plan to start posting some occasional updates on what I'm working on, and would love your comments and suggestions.

Ya'll are the ones playing the game, it should be one you enjoy, right?

And on that note, before I get too far in the art style (if you can call it that), which style do ya'll like the best?










Personally speaking, my favorites are 1,2,3, and 4. They give me a somewhat nostalgic feel. My single favorite is number 1, since it kinda looks like a laser tag arena with blacklights and whatnot. So tell me, what's your favorite style, or do you have suggestions for one I didn't put up?
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About This Game

This game is, simply put, very simple. Just get to the end and enter the white light. The only issue is that to get there, you have to get through the Labyrinth. The game is intended to be a fairly calm and relaxing game. There are no enemies, there are no traps, and aside from the maze itself, there are no puzzles. Simply walk through the corridors until you find the candle, then drop to the next level.

Simple in concept, but potentially very complicated. Can you get to the end and enter the light?

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 - 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Radeon HD-7000 or Nvidia equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On board audio
    • Additional Notes: Pretty much any discrete GPU made in the last 5 years should be fine.
    • OS: Windows 10 - 64 bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 - 6600k
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD RX-480
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 100 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On board audio
    • Additional Notes: This is the system that this game was made on and runs it perfectly fine. Like I said, anything in the last 5 years should be just fine.
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