Maze-a-Pix Light


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joyeMaze-a-Pix LightConceptis really knows how to transfer your favorite pen and paper puzzles into Flash versions, and now they're trying out one of the most basic genres there is: the maze. But unlike the boring mazes of your childhood, which when completed just looked like a doodled mess, by completing these mazes you're drawing pixel art at the same time. If you've ever wanted to draw Che Guevara but lacked the artistic skill, Maze-a-Pix Light can make that dream come true.

You can simply click and drag to create a path from the in arrow to the out arrow, or to save some strain on your arm you can click anywhere from your current position to the next junction to draw a line. Doubling back or clicking outside of the path will leave faded lines which you can use to indicate the wrong way, but when you finish the puzzle, they'll disappear, leaving the nice image you've created. The upper left contains buttons to undo, redo, check, restart, and save your puzzle.

The coolest pictures don't usually make the trickiest puzzles. Many of the intricate pictures don't have a lot of blank space, so that severely limits both the length and number of dead ends. It takes no more than a couple of minutes to beat even the toughest of the 30 levels. Rather than a challenging brain teaser like most of the games in the Conceptis Light series, this is more like the similarly kid-friendly Dot-a-Pix Light: a little zen break for your tired grey matter. The most fun part of the game is trying to figure out what the picture will be before you finish it.

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Only the black and white really works without pain, I am not colour blind that I know of but the yellow on the colour is really hard to see and the inverted option, which I had high hopes for, just plain hurts.

So good concept but no mushroom decision from me yet.

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@yaddab, you can pretty much ignore the colors - just solve the maze as usual. If you find the yellow hard to see, start solving from the wrong end, and you'll get a gray line instead of a colored one. Then you can go over it from the right end, but since this time you already know where you're going, it doesn't really matter if you can see what you're doing or not. (That said, though, I found the yellow plenty visible; you might want to adjust your monitor settings.)

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