The Magic Labyrinth comes to the iPhone

- for immediate publication–

Berlin, Germany, 03 August 2010–The Magic Labyrinth, the board game chosen as children’s game of the year for 2009 in Germany, will be available for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad beginning in mid-August. As in the Nintendo DS version, the little wizard’s apprentices must collect magic symbols– but the playing field hides invisible walls that can only be avoided with a good memory. Fans of the popular game will be pleased– and thanks to the mobile version, the entire family will now be entertained on longer holiday trips while also training their little grey cells.

The iPhone adaptation of the successful game has two game modes with a variety of difficulty levels, which can be further varied with barriers. In‘Look out!’, as many magic symbols as possible must be found, while players are only allowed to bump into one of the invisible walls ten times. In the second mode,‘Hurry Up!’, speed is called for.As many magic symbols as possible have to be collected while the clock runs.

In addition to your own best times in the various modes, you can also compare yourself to your friends via the highscores.

The Magic Labyrinth is scheduled for release in mid-August 2010 at an introductory price of € 2.39//£ 1.79/$ 2.99 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the App Store.


KIDDINX is one of the leading German developers, producers, and marketers of children’s audio plays, children’s music, children’s animation, and multimedia applications for Nintendo consoles. Their best-known in-house characters in Germany are Benjamin the Elephant, Bibi Blocksberg, Bibi&Tina, and Elea Eluanda. KIDDINX Entertainment is a license holder of the Walt Disney Company and exclusive provider and marketer of Disney audio plays in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. For more information about KIDDINX, visit

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