Originally a tabletop board game where you move a marble through a course full of holes by tilting it, the first Labyrinth offered limitless digital content. Labyrinth 2 successfully builds on this formula with major changes, while still keeping that classic feel. That doesn't mean it doesn't come without some new problems, though.
While Labyrinth 2 comes loaded with a decent number of level packs, ranging from easy to hard, the bulk of the game comes from downloading the endless supply of user-created content available. These are available right through the app and can be downloaded in a second. Users can then rate the packs on a five-star scale and choose which of the three difficulties they feel it falls under.