Tagged: easy

Curl of a cat tail at the bottom and two ears at the top?

Try to get from one ear to the other.

from ear to ear

from ear to ear

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Follow black lines from the ball near the center to the ball in upper left corner.

From upper left corner to center, following black paths

 

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Travel along the constellation lines from upper left to lower right, or vice versa!

follow black lines from upper left to lower right

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For my friend Sabina, who suggested making a maze with teleportation points.

Travel along white paths between the large circular shapes on the left.  Arrival at an endpoint allows teleporting to any other same-colored endpoint.

from one big circle to the other, using teleports as necessary

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Help the dot find its way out.

out! out! spiralled dot!

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Go in from the outside to help the dot find its way out.

get the dot out

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Travel from dot to dot between black lines.

from dot to dot

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Though a bit more challenging to go from one dot to two dots, it’s easy to go from two to one in this maze because of the way the splits are pointed.

two to one says it’s easier to solve it that way

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I started with a blank slate and finished this maze before I realized I hadn’t saved it once.

Start from a dot and go to any other dot. Discuss if adjacent dots count.

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Thanks to Travis for giving me this idea!

Travel along the thin lines from one anchor square to each of the others.

scan the maze for a path to the maze!

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Try to squeeze through the lines from one big dot to the other.

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Named after the lake near which we stayed when I drew it, this maze is solved by traveling from the area with one dot to the area with two dots, by way of the area with three dots.

from one dot to two dots via three dots

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Follow the paths from one circle to the other.

from one circle to the other

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Happy Day After Your Birthday, Colleen!!

Travel from one bulb in the cortex to the other, and then come to Japan!

from one bulb to the other

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Which two of the seven dots are most remotely connected?

which dots are most remotely connected?

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A simple maze anyone can solve!

in one corner and out the other

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Travel from inside the circle to the outside.

following white lines, get from inside the circle to the outside

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Easiest maze ever to finish out the year!! Follow the black paths from one white square to the other.

from one square to another

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Much easier than last week, but subtly related to that maze. Can you see how?

from dot to dot

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Good for a windy day, a windy maze! Travel from dot to dot.

travel between the swirls from dot to dot

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