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Picture mazes go onlineMonday, November 16, 2009
Maze-a-Pix Interactive, probably the first interactive game for playing picture forming mazes online, is now available on conceptispuzzles.com. Puzzle fans that enjoyed the pencil-and-paper version offered by our publishers around the world since 2004 can now play them online from the Puzzles section as well as from My Maze-a-Pix page under My Conceptis.
Maze-a-Pix are easy to solve, intuitive and suitable for casual computer gamers of all ages looking for fun games which they never played online before. Available in B&W and color, Maze-a-Pix are classic maze puzzles based on a grid with a pixilated picture hidden inside. While solving the maze, the path is painted until the hidden picture is fully exposed.
To play Maze-a-Pix Interactive just drag the path from the entrance of the maze to the exit and the picture is painted as you go. In the case of color puzzles the path is automatically painted as it passes through the color dots. To speed up the game, click-ahead at any point between the tip of the path and the next junction. This will cause the path segment in between to be instantly painted.
Maze-a-Pix Interactive offers some features to make the games even more enjoyable such as automatically painting gray trails when reversing on a true path to show users they have already been at that point. Users can also freely paint gray trails anywhere they want to indicate location of false paths and dead-ends.
Sounds fun? Go ahead and give it a try. There's a sample puzzle right on this page and more in the Maze-a-Pix section where you can solve them in progressive sizes and difficulty levels as well as in B&W, Color, Inverted and Mega variants. If you enjoyed these samples there is another free puzzle published every Friday on My Maze-a-Pix.
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