“Tasty morsels of labyrinth-based puzzling, but some unpredictable enemy movement means sometimes solutions are a case of trial and error.”£0.69
In the same way that kids will apparently do anything for Dairylea, mice will traverse any hazard for actual cheese. Each level is a screen-sized maze, with your eager rodent on one side and the awaiting dairy product on the other. Draw a line of cheese-scent (clearly it’s Stinking Bishop, then) and your little critter will scuttle after it. There are button-and-door combos to navigate, as well as malevolent cats and greedy rats to dodge past and outsmart. Time-based star rewards offer an extra challenge, but limited variation between levels and no one-touch ‘restart’ option – especially on puzzles that require multiple attempts to find a satisfying solution – does start to grate.