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The world has fallen into madness, and Master Skull is in control. Mazeman's adventure begins! Navigate through mazes, jump on madmen and collect gems (look out for the black ones though). A platforming adventure awaits you.

Created by: Kevin Porter
Powered by: Edward Flash Platformer Engine
Music: Kevin Macleod



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 23, 2011

an Ok game But...

dont get me wrong, your game keep me playing until i finished. you have good ideas and game itself was bit entertaining. but still game lacks few things. i really dont care a lot of Graphics because a good game with a solid gameplay and fun its better than a game with awesome graphics.

sometimes its hard to tell if that graphic its background or collision zone. i know this a flash game. but you should take the example of "hunters" Series. they have Simple graphics but easy to tell if that part its background. the game lacks few parts backgrounds.

in some point of the game i just wanted to "rush" my game because graphics dont catch my "eye" enjoying the game cuz the plain and simple backgrounds.

anyways Story and gameplay its good i dont have complaing about them. just try to pulish a bit your game and will be more entertaining and fun to play.


Rated 5 / 5 stars June 22, 2011


love the way he dies


Rated 4 / 5 stars June 22, 2011


kinda reminds me of Supermario...


Rated 5 / 5 stars June 22, 2011

Very interesting!

The game was engaging from beginning to the end. Some sections of the game was challenging. The music was absolutely great. The artwork give this game an unique feel to it. At first, you have to get use to the controls. Very entertaining! Keep up the good job.

My final score: 27700


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars June 22, 2011

Great concept

I liked the concept of this game, and you certainly had the right idea. The only thing that was wrong, was that the art was to simplistic, and didn't have enough details.