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Tuesday, September 06, 2005
Maze is a flash based puzzler from Japan that is simple in design yet fun to play for an afternoon or two. The objective of the game is to find the exit within a given time limit.

Special items can be collected to help you along the way. Picking up a map will show you the entire level, clocks add an extra ten seconds to the timer and hammers can be used to break down walls.

Name: Maze
Developer: GameDesign
Category: Puzzle
Type: Flash
Size: 1MB
2 Comments:
Blogger Jeremiah said at 9/01/2005 10:54:00 AM:  
I need to make a game. I'm pretty good at programing in python and in java. This game was pretty cool.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 11/26/2005 11:56:00 AM:  
Fairly simple but momentarily amusing maze game. Nice rendered graphics. Gameplay amounts to time-based & viewing-space limitations as you work your way through increasingly complex mazes. Despite graphics & minimalist power-ups, interest in this games wanes after the 4th or so maze. Perhaps as an added "hook," the author could insert cutscenes in between levels to add a story to captivate people to continue onward. Maybe put in new maze graphics after a few levels.

11/26/05.