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'''Loony Labyrinth''' is a DigitalPinballTable by Creator/LittleWing, released in 1994 for the UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer and AppleMacintosh computers.

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'''Loony Labyrinth''' is a DigitalPinballTable by Creator/LittleWing, released in 1994 for the UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer and AppleMacintosh UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh computers.


'''Loony Labyrinth''' is a DigitalPinballTable by Creator/LittleWing, released in 1994 for the IBMPersonalComputer and AppleMacintosh computers.

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'''Loony Labyrinth''' is a DigitalPinballTable by Creator/LittleWing, released in 1994 for the IBMPersonalComputer UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer and AppleMacintosh computers.

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* StableTimeLoop: One occurs with both ''Looney Labyrinth'' and ''VideoGame/MadDaedalus'' with the Looney Machine. In ''Labyrinth,'' the player travels to 2,000 B.C. with the Loony Machine, which Daedalus examines in ''Mad Daedalus''. After the player returns to the present day, Daedalus eventually (re-)invents it. However, Daedalus cannot power it because his assistant lost the Galopetra Stones that power it, so Daedalus places the machine in the Labyrinth. it is excavated several thousand years later, and the player finds the Galopetra Stones, then uses the Machine to travel back to 2,000 B.C....


'''Loony Labyrinth''' is a DigitalPinballTable by Creator/LittleWing, released for the IBMPersonalComputer and AppleMacintosh computers.

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'''Loony Labyrinth''' is a DigitalPinballTable by Creator/LittleWing, released in 1994 for the IBMPersonalComputer and AppleMacintosh computers.

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* OurTimeMachineIsDifferent: The Loony Machine, which is either built into or incorporates the Labyrinth of Knossos in its operation.


* PlotCoupon: The Galopetra Stones.

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* PlotCoupon: MineralMacguffin[=/=]PlotCoupon: The Galopetra Stones.


[[caption-width-right:350:"Waitaminute, Doc... you're telling me you built a time machine... into a ''maze?'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"Waitaminute, Doc... you're [[caption-width-right:350:"[[Film/BackToTheFuture Wait a minute, wait a minute, Doc...]] are you telling me you built a time machine... into ''time machine''... out of a ''maze?'']]
'''maze?'''"]]

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A sequel, ''VideoGame/MadDaedalus,'' was released in 2010.

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* TimeTravel

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* AllThereInTheManual: Most of the backstory for the game is presented only in the instruction manual or [=LittleWing's=] web site.

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* ThePlace

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* {{Precursors}}: The ancient Minos, who had mastered time travel and genetic engineering, among other feats.


The title refers to the Labyrinth of Knossos, an ancient structure recently excavated on a Cretian island. At the heart of the maze is the so-called "Loony Machine", a TimeMachine keyed to only work for Theseus, the warrior who is destined to slay the Minotaur. The player must explore the Labyrinth and find the Galopetra Stones needed to activate the Loony Machine, thus proving himself to be the reincarnation of Theseus. Once activated, he will then travel back to 2,000 B.C., rescue nine {{Human Sacrifice}}s from the Labyrinth, slay the Minotaur, and return to the present day.

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The title refers to the Labyrinth of Knossos, an ancient structure recently excavated on a Cretian island. At the heart of the maze is the so-called "Loony Machine", a TimeMachine keyed to only work for Theseus, the warrior who is destined to slay the Minotaur. The player must explore the Labyrinth and find the Galopetra Stones needed to activate the Loony Machine, thus proving himself to be the reincarnation of Theseus. Once activated, After activating the machine, he will then travel back to 2,000 B.C., rescue nine {{Human Sacrifice}}s from the Labyrinth, slay the Minotaur, and return to the present day.

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* {{Combos}}: There are six "Quick Move" opportunities, such as an inlane switch that lights up an opposite ramp. Making a Quick Move shot within four seconds rewards an increasing bonus.


* TheChosenOne: By collecting the five Galopetra Stones, the player proves himself to be this.



* PlotCoupon: The Galopetra Stones.



* SpellingBonus: S-T-O-N-E collects the Galopetra Stones, L-O-O-N-Y starts Loony Multiball, while L-A-B-Y-R-I-N-T-H is used to start Labyrinth Multiball and rescue the sacrifices.

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* SpellingBonus: S-T-O-N-E collects the Galopetra Stones, L-O-O-N-Y starts Loony Multiball, while L-A-B-Y-R-I-N-T-H is used to start Labyrinth Multiball and rescue the sacrifices.sacrifices.
* TimedMission: After rescuing the nine sacrifices, the player must shoot three balls into the Minotaur's Chamber to slay him before the moon wanes. Failing to do so requires the player to rescue the victims once again.
* WizardMode: "2,000 B.C.", which is only available after getting the five Galopetra Stones, powering up the Loony Machine, and activating it to return to ancient Minos. The player has to rescue the sacrifices, kill the Minotaur, and make enough shots to return to 1995 to successfully complete the mode.

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