A ball and three layers make up this set of 3D
Tilt Mazes by Andrea Gilbert of Clickmazes. Now you can drop and lift
the ball as the addition to the north-east-south-west moves on your
way to the goal.
Do you remember those little smart puzzles with two trains switch on a railroad? Try one of them, now as the Java version from Ishihama Yoshiaki, with everything as should be: locomotives, coaches, sidetracks...
A new series of eight interactive mazes from Bob Abbott.
They recall that well-known scene in Alice in Wonderland where she eats a piece of cake with the sign “Eat Me”, and then drinks from a bottle marked “Drink Me”. Just try to solve them and you'll understand why.
A sliding block
puzzle where you have just to exchange red and yellow
blocks. But for this you have to escape from the
"parity" trap. This puzzle was one of the exchange
puzzles at the Luxembourg Puzzle Party in 1996.
One of the best modern sliding block puzzles ever - Broken Heart by Junichi Yananose. Though it doesn't require too many moves you will be surprised that sometimes it's difficult to find any further move at all.
This maze is really fun… gets the adrenaline pumping! While
you are going through the maze, you are being stalked by
another being! The rendering is a little primitive, but the play is
exciting… and the sound effects put it over the top! Another
Bob Abbott classic.
This site contains a number of large, complex route mazes.
Nothing special about how they are designed… just good, old
fashioned mazes that you can play on the internet with your
arrow keys. Good luck… and pleasant pastimes!
As you make your way through this maze, you pass over
numbers and the computer accumulates your score for you.
The object is to reach the lower right with a "Zero Sum".
Somewhat rough, but intriguing. To get started, reset the grid
to 3x3 or some reasonably small set of cells.