Among the features found in Google Maps that Apple's own company-developed mapping solution replacing it lacks is a crucial one near-and-dear to city dwellers: transit directions. Instead, Apple is relying on developers to plug in that gaping hole lacking dynamic directions based around train, bus, and subway schedules. Could this be a front in the iOS 6 beta for bigger third-party app integration plans?
Illusion Labs announced today that Labyrinth 2 Lite is now available in the App Store. The lite version features many of the same great gameplay elements as featured in Labyrinth 2 [App Store, $4.99], such as cannons, lasers, magnets, fans, and merry-go-rounds. It also has wireless multiplayer, level creation, and achievements.
It's free and available now. Video below!
Yesterday Illusion Labs released Labyrinth 2 [App Store, $4.99], the next iteration of the wildly popular Labyrinth marble game [App Store, $2.99]. Labyrinth 2 takes things to the next level with tons of new game elements including lasers, cannons, magnets, and more. The new multiplayer feature allows you and up to three friends play together over WiFi, and levels can be created and edited using their online level editor, levelpack.com.
I could probably go on and on about the new additions in Labyrinth 2, but the video and screenshots really say more than I can. Continue reading for both!