Labyrinth is a first-person survival horror indie game produced by Ricardo Garcia and with a demo version produced on July 8th of this year. In Labyrinth, you wake up in a series of mazes, and you must reach the end before time runs out, even if for that you have to overcome traps and enemies.
Apparently, the game is survival horror, but only in name: actually Labyrinth is a first-person runner with moments of fright. From the moment you open the door, you must run like never before in your life, as time is quite unfair. You can increase the time by picking up the hammers scattered on the mazes, but there is no way to pick up the hammers at random: here you need a strategy to pick up the hammers and still have time left to trigger the exit gate.
In more technical terms, the graphics are very nice, well done. The gameplay is suitable for a "runner game", so to speak. You can just move around and use your mouse to look at the whole scene. As for the level of challenges, I don't even need to say much: you'll die a lot, a lot until you learn the strategy of picking up the hammers and reaching the exit in time.
You can check out Labyrinth's gameplay by clicking on this link here. If you are interested in trying it out, you can download the game on the page below: