Terror of the Towers:
Felt like a good starter maze. Conga style moving at the pace set ahead. I was even at the back and didn't feel too exposed. Actors can't touch and gives you the solid feel of a scare maze like what Saw: Alive is. Generally an ok maze, nothing too frightening.
Altonville Mine Tours:
I thought this Maze was pretty good, nothing to spectacular but overall good. Really enjoyed the helmets with the sequence lighting strobes, very tight cornering and scare opportunities. But overall felt it was a bit quiet and then the ending was kind of sudden, no real build up and to me seems very similar to what Platform 15 is like. But again, I enjoyed the Maze for its tech used and the story as it's an interesting concept.
Sub-species: The End Games:
So this was the Maze I was dreading the most from the reviews of previous years, I can say I did enjoy this maze a lot compared to the others so far but it is nothing on par with Thorpe Park. Some good scares, tight spaces and great alternative routes, I was forced into door 2 on my own completely from the start and that initial moment of being alone was very intimidating. It was a great maze and enjoyed it especially for its re-run ability.
This had to be my favorite maze, it's a weird one, it wasn't the scariest or most frightening, but it kept me engaged and always looking everywhere. The theming, actors, set pieces, lighting. Everything in there was the things which I enjoy most about mazes and I did enjoy it enough to go twice.The hood section was good with genuinely tense moments as the rest of the crowd grow silent, you never know at times if you're in a group or alone. Favorite maze of the bunch but still not as great as Thorpe Park.
One thing I will say that is needed in the first 3 mazes is that I feel it needed a bit more lighting inside. It may just be me but I know it's suppose to be disorientating and not knowing where you're suppose to go but at least add lights to show especially in the 2 free flow mazes where different routes lie. It may just be me but I felt it could make it easier and you could at least admire the theming that has been added inside the mazes.