This unusual collection of mazes is sure to delight maze lovers who welcome new challenges. Thirty-six puzzles, loosely based on themes from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, range from relatively simple to fiendishly difficult. In one configuration, maze travelers are asked... read more
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This unusual collection of mazes is sure to delight maze lovers who welcome new challenges. Thirty-six puzzles, loosely based on themes from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, range from relatively simple to fiendishly difficult. In one configuration, maze travelers are asked to follow the wooded path taken by Alice as she chased a most curious white rabbit. Elsewhere, players must work their way through a mélange of twisted pipes, recalling the pipe-smoking caterpillar Alice encountered. Then there are watery channels to navigate, created by Alice’s tears after being befuddled by confusing flights of stairs. Or, puzzlers may want to weave their way through the bizarre hallways of a palace with playing-card walls in which Alice found herself. Captions explaining objectives accompany each maze, while solutions are provided for those who can’t seem to escape from the more frustrating labyrinths.
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