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Solution to a narrow maze. The perfect built
Solution to a narrow maze. The perfect built

The solution to the perfect maze built over a grid of 7 by 127 cells. The solution traverses 1,836 cells.. The perfect built

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Solution to the Thin Maze. This is map
Solution to the Thin Maze. This is map

This is the map that not only shows you the bridges over the pit, but also which bridges to take to get safely across the pit.. This is map

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Ambages - maze in Latin. Handwritten by adam
Ambages - maze in Latin. Handwritten by adam

Ambages, hand-written by Adam Stanislav, using a Wacom tablet. Ambages is a Latin plural feminine noun meaning (among other things) a maze (singular) in English, or bludisko in Slovak (my language). Ambages is also an archaic English word (used with a plural verb), meaning winding, roundabout paths or ways, which, after all, is what mazes are about: http://www.dictionary.com/browse/ambages and http://webslovnik.zoznam.sk/anglicko-slovensky/ambages. Handwritten by adam

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A Thin Maze. Tall think of
A Thin Maze. Tall think of

A thin tall maze. Think of it as having to cross a bottomless pit with a set of bridges built over it. Only one set of bridges leads to the other side of the pit. At any point over the pit, there are at most nine bridges spanning over its width. That may make the maze simple and easy to solve (cross safely over the pit). Do not be deceived! The other dimension of this maze (i.e., how tall it is) requires you to cross over 255 bridges. They all lead somewhere. Sadly, most of them don't lead to the other side of the pit. Luckily, this is a perfect maze. That means there is a set of bridges leading from any place to any other place within the maze. It also means there is only one set of bridges connecting any two places within the maze. And remember, my dear traveler, while you're crossing the pit, moving from one point to the next, you do not see the entire maze, nor do you have a map (well, I suppose if you click download, this is the map). You only see at most one step ahead, one step back, one step left, and one step right. Whatever you do, as long as you stay on a bridge, any bridge, even if you're lost, you're safe. You can always turn around and try a different path. But try to jump from one bridge to another, you fall into the bottomless pit and the power of gravity will crush you! So, watch your step and remember, the pit is dark, the bridges light.. Tall think of

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Mazody in Blue. Youre on a
Mazody in Blue. Youre on a

You're on a long journey. You need to cross a bottomless pit to carry on with your journey. Someone has built a network of bridges over the pit. Alas, most of the bridges do not lead to the other side of the pit. It's up to you to find the bridges that allow you to cross the pit safely and promptly. Good luck! You'll need it.... Youre on a

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The Block Version of the Thin Maze. A tall think
The Block Version of the Thin Maze. A tall think

A thin tall maze, block version. Think of it as having to cross a bottomless pit with a set of bridges built over it. Only one set of bridges leads to the other side of the pit. At any point over the pit, there are at most nine bridges spanning over its width. That may make the maze simple and easy to solve (cross safely over the pit). Do not be deceived! The other dimension of this maze (i.e., how tall it is) requires you to cross over 255 bridges. They all lead somewhere. Sadly, most of them don't lead to the other side of the pit. Luckily, this is a perfect maze. That means there is a set of bridges leading from any place to any other place within the maze. It also means there is only one set of bridges connecting any two places within the maze. And remember, my dear traveler, while you're crossing the pit, moving from one point to the next, you do not see the entire maze, nor do you have a map (well, I suppose if you click download, this is the map). You only see at most one step ahead, one step back, one step left, and one step right. Whatever you do, as long as you stay on a bridge, any bridge, even if you're lost, you're safe. You can always turn around and try a different path. But try to jump from one bridge to another, you fall into the bottomless pit and the power of gravity will crush you! So, watch your step and remember, the pit is dark, the bridges light.. A tall think

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A narrow maze. Perfect built over
A narrow maze. Perfect built over

A perfect maze built over a grid of 7 by 127 cells. The solution traverses 1,836 cells.. Perfect built over

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Solution to Mazody in Blue. Youre on a
Solution to Mazody in Blue. Youre on a

You're on a long journey. You need to cross a bottomless pit to carry on with your journey. Someone has built a network of bridges over the pit. Alas, most of the bridges do not lead to the other side of the pit. It's up to you to find the bridges that allow you to cross the pit safely and promptly. Here is the solution. The only solution.... Youre on a

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Solution to the Block Version of the Thin Maze. This is map
Solution to the Block Version of the Thin Maze. This is map

This is the map that not only shows you the bridges over the pit, but also which bridges to take to get safely across the pit.. This is map

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