Tagged: repetition

When I was little, I learned that HI could be read as HI if turned 90 degrees.

travel from dot to dot on white paths

travel from dot to dot on white paths

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This maze uses a tiling technique that makes for interesting patterns and slightly faster maze-making.  However, it makes the making so easy that the solving is too difficult for me personally.  I use flood fill to make sure it’s solvable.

Oh, and it’s called Comedy because I was watching Dave Chappelle and Louis C.K. when I made it.

Start and end are the dots on the right

Start and end are the dots on the right

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This is one of the first mazes I made after learning how to make seamless tiling in Gimp.   Offset layer is magic!

made with Gimp and offset layer function

travel from one big dot to the other

Solution: Click for the solution SelectShow
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Travel along white paths from one dot to the other.

from dot to dot

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Travel on white paths from one colored dot to another.

from one colored dot to the other

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from disk to disk

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This maze is for my brother Fred.

“Piled Higher and Deeper” logo by Jorge Cham
www.phdcomics.com

help the student achieve a PhD!

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This maze is for Lin.  🙂

Start and end at the arrows near the bottom middle, using the flower at the top to change between black and white paths.

from arrow to arrow, using the flower to transition

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I used gimp again for this maze, wanting to use slight variations of repeated patterns to make a complex-looking maze actually be a bit complex.

S and G stand for Start and Goal, or Go and Stop, as you prefer.  The circles are just cosmetic.

from Start to Goal, or from Go to Stop

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