Do you love playing Internet games like Mahjong, Chess, Solitaire and Snake? If you want something new for your fingers to try, try Google Maze! Itâs exactly what you are looking for and Iâm sure youâll go crazy over it.
This game is very simple in terms of its design and gameplay. You just have to move a metallic ball from one end to the other within a time limit. Sure, at first itâs too simple and maybe boring, but once you go further, youâll really think the game is so cool that you wonât be able to stop playing it.
First, open Chrome up on your Android mobile device. If you are using an iPhone, you can download Chrome for iPhone app for free. Sadly, there is no Google Chrome for BlackBerry 10 yet, so if you want to play this game, why not just sell your Blackberry, right?
Next, sync your device and desktop computer browsers to start the game. You will now be able to experience an augmented reality that you will never get from other online games.
The gameâs setting is on a horizontally flipped version of the website you are currently visiting. Imagine the Google website, which is the first level of the game, flipped on its back. You are presented with a birdâs eye view. You must now guide the ball through 3D Google letters, while collecting coins and getting extra lives. You then have to enter the finish portal to win the game.
This game is the first on the Internet that takes you away from the usual arrow and spacebar controls. You must use a smartphone to play this game. Once you are done typing in the URL on Chrome, there will be an introductory video and instructions that will show you the mechanics of the game.
Of course, the game is not yet perfect. There are flaws. One problem is that after playing for an hour, you might get frustrated because the âConnect through tabsâ option sometimes cuts the connection, so you have to refresh the website to continue playing. There are also two other connection options: A QR code or a link directly through e-mail.
Since this game is still in test mode, you will notice that itâs a bit flaky when you use your smartphone as the controller. Connection can drop midway through a level. If the connection is cut, donât worry. Google created a secondary set of controls, which are the traditional arrow and spacebar keys.
All these flaws are forgivable. Besides, Google even acknowledges the fact that it has flaws; there is a statement on the site itself. Itâs even referred to as âChrome Experimentâ on the gameâs site.
These issues can be fixed by Google along the way. For now, why not enjoy this game and have fun! This is a completely unique experience for web gamers. Besides, there are a lot of crappy web games out there nowadays, and Chrome Maze is surely a breath of fresh air.
If you are using a BlackBerry phone, why not sell your old BlackBerry and get an Android smartphone or an Iphone? Or, you can just play Snake.