Mouse Trap an Additive Puzzle Game
May 31, 2011 3:53 PM –
Mouse Trap is an additive puzzle game where you must help the poor little mouse escape the laboratory by sliding blocks to clear the exit. With 1200 levels of challenge you must use logic, skill, and patience to escape the laboratory.
Tested on: myTouch4G
Pros & Cons:
- Mouse Trap provides 1200 levels with regular updates and hours of fun all for FREE!
- The vibration in settings unfortunately does not seem to work.
Mouse Trap is a very addictive puzzle game. You must use logic, strategy, and patience to make it through 1200 levels and help the mouse get through the laboratory. While these levels start out fairly easy they quickly become more difficult the farther you advance. You will notice while playing the levels that their is a timer along with a counter that keeps track of your moves. Along with that it shows the amount of moves and time it is possible to complete the levels in. The closer you get the more points you earn while helping the mouse escape.
Another nice feature in this game is the possibility to use solutions. These solutions will show you how to beat levels, however you can only use one solution per hour. I have to admit these solutions have helped me out countless times and have yet to even make it a tenth of the way through the game. As I have stated before you will definitely need patience through out this mind bending puzzle game.
Mouse Trap Start Screen
Mouse Trap in Game 1
Mouse Trap in Game 2
Mouse Trap Solutions
Mouse Trap Level Complete
This is a very fun puzzle game that gets your mind moving. I enjoy playing this game in the morning to get my mind moving and awake.
Mouse Trap is a very very additive game!!!! No matter how difficult it gets I love playing the level until I figure it out.
The graphics are nothing to jump and down about, but they are very smooth and make for a great game.
Accelerometer, Vibration & Sound:
While Mouse Trap has no need for the accelerometer, the sound is fairly quaint with only the sound of the boards sliding and the squeak of a mouse when you make it to the exit. While in the settings it does say it has the option to enable and disable the vibration I have yet to notice any difference.