Brits stars get to grips with Groove Tube

Published on: 21st February 2012

Any music industry stars and execs facing boredom at the Brit Awards tonight should have no further to look than Spin Master’s “infuriatingly good” Groove Tube game.

Top recording artists from 2011 including Coldplay, Adele, Rhianna and Ed Sheeran will be celebrating the best of British and International Music at the annual awards being held at the O2, as well as trying their hand at solving the labyrinth puzzle during and after the show.

Groove Tube, is an addictive and mind-bending puzzle which will get challengers to twist and turn their way through the hidden labyrinth and leave them guessing as to which way to venture next.   Guided only by touch and memory, this puzzle will challenge the best of minds! From ‘Easy Yellow’ to ‘Terrible Black’, each colour has its own unique maze giving people a new challenge every time


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