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* WizardMode: "Spatiotemporal Rendezvous", which can only be activated after defeating the Minotaur, exploring all three underground tunnels, collecting the Ariadne Award from King Minos Frenzy, and completing the Power Plant. This is a four-ball multiball, and the player can shoot the Minos Palace and the Mino Chamber to restart King Minos Frenzy and Minotaur Multiball. The objective is to simply score as many points as possible before multiball ends.

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* WizardMode: "Spatiotemporal Rendezvous", which can only be activated after defeating the Minotaur, exploring all three underground tunnels, collecting the Ariadne Award from King Minos Frenzy, and completing the Power Plant. This is a four-ball multiball, and the player can shoot the Minos Palace and the Mino Chamber to restart King Minos Frenzy and Minotaur Multiball. The objective is to simply score as many points as possible before multiball ends.ends.
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''Mad Daedalus'' is available for the AppleMacintosh and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]], with a free trial that unlocks to the full game. Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth,'' this is a tougher sequel, with faster and more challenging gameplay to go with its more serious tone.

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''Mad Daedalus'' is available for the AppleMacintosh UsefulNotes/AppleMacintosh and [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]], with a free trial that unlocks to the full game. Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth,'' this is a tougher sequel, with faster and more challenging gameplay to go with its more serious tone.


''Mad Daedalus'' is available for the AppleMacintosh and [[IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]], with a free trial that unlocks to the full game. Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth,'' this is a tougher sequel, with faster and more challenging gameplay to go with its more serious tone.

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''Mad Daedalus'' is available for the AppleMacintosh and [[IBMPersonalComputer [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]], with a free trial that unlocks to the full game. Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth,'' this is a tougher sequel, with faster and more challenging gameplay to go with its more serious tone.

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* TheProfessor: Daedalus.


* RoboShip: Invoked by the relationship between Daedalus and Ariadne. Daedalus' ultimate goal is to travel to the future to effect repairs for Ariadne, so the two of them can travel the universe together.

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* RoboShip: Invoked by {{Robosexual}}: This is the relationship between Daedalus and Ariadne. Daedalus' ultimate goal is to travel to the future to effect repairs for Ariadne, so the two of them can travel the universe together.

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* {{Shareware}}: Of the "play a free trial and pay to unlock the game" version.


* SpaceshipGirl[=/=]VirtualGhost: Ariadne appears as an attractive, glowing spectral woman.



* VirtualGhost: Ariadne appears as an attractive, glowing spectral woman.


This game revisits the land of ancient Minos by introducing the Athenian scientist Daedalus and Ariadne, a sentient AI he found in a wrecked spaceship. During the events of ''VideoGame/LoonyLabyrinth'', they had helped Theseus defeat the Minotaur, but were unable to return with him to the present day. Recognizing the [[TimeMachine Loony Machine]] as his future handiwork, Daedalus set out to recreate it, in hopes of escaping to the future and finally repairing Ariadne. But before the two can perform their time jump, they are raided by their patron, King Minos, who desperate to keep their technological treasures for himself -- and the player must now use his pinball skills to save Daedalus and Ariadne...

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This game revisits the land of ancient Minos by introducing the Athenian scientist Daedalus and Ariadne, a sentient AI he found in a wrecked spaceship. During the events of ''VideoGame/LoonyLabyrinth'', they had helped Theseus defeat the Minotaur, but were unable to return with him to the present day. Recognizing the [[TimeMachine Loony Machine]] as his future handiwork, Daedalus set out to recreate it, in hopes of escaping to the future and finally repairing Ariadne. But before the two can perform their time jump, they are raided by their patron, King Minos, who is desperate to keep their technological treasures for himself -- and it's up to the player must now to use his pinball skills to save Daedalus and Ariadne...


* VirtualGhost: Ariadne appears as an attractive young woman.

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* VirtualGhost: Ariadne appears as an attractive young attractive, glowing spectral woman.


''Mad Daedalus'' is available for the AppleMacintosh and [[IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]], with a free trial that unlocks to the full game. Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth,'' this is a DarkerAndEdgier sequel, with faster and more challenging gameplay to go with its more serious tone.

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''Mad Daedalus'' is available for the AppleMacintosh and [[IBMPersonalComputer Windows PC]], with a free trial that unlocks to the full game. Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth,'' this is a DarkerAndEdgier tougher sequel, with faster and more challenging gameplay to go with its more serious tone.



* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth''.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Compared to ''Loony Labyrinth''.Labyrinth,'' though the somber tone of the backstory does not intrude much on the gameplay itself.

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->'''Daedalus:''' "Welcome to my labyrinth."


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In 2010, Creator/LittleWing released '''Mad Daedalus,''' a DigitalPinballTable sequel to ''VideoGame/LoonyLabyrinth''.

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In 2010, Creator/LittleWing released '''Mad Daedalus,''' a DigitalPinballTable and the sequel to ''VideoGame/LoonyLabyrinth''.



* RoboShip: Invoked by the relationship between Daedalus and Ariadne. Daedalus' ultimate goal is to travel to the future to effect repairs Ariadne, so the two of them can travel the universe together.

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* RoboShip: Invoked by the relationship between Daedalus and Ariadne. Daedalus' ultimate goal is to travel to the future to effect repairs for Ariadne, so the two of them can travel the universe together.

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