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There’s nothing to prevent Chris from making more other than it being discontinued. It’s a static maze. The only complicating bit was the wall angles of the rainbow if I remember correctly
That seems a bit steep for what is essentially a practical joke, but that’s your business. If there are any potential buyers who want my thoughts on the reds or a bit of their history, please feel free to send me a PM. You should know what you’re buying before dropping this kind of cash.
Hi and welcome! Oh boy, where to start. This isn’t a very big company. It’s Chris and a few others. They work with an engineering company to produce the puzzles (although he’s setting up a new workspace at home). This means that demand is generally greater than the stock. The easier puzzles sell bet...
Dropping down, hearing a click, and the shaft loosening are all signs that you’ve fallen into a trap. With exceptions, this means that you have to return to the start with the shaft fully inserted into the sleeve. The clicking noise that you hear is the spring loaded maze pin falling off of the path...
- Thu Mar 22, 2018 6:49 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Do any mazes have more then one solution?
- Replies: 9
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It really depends on your definition of "solution". Many mazes have unintended shortcuts, some of which can lead to the exit. The black LE, for example, can be solved rather quickly due to CENSORED. Gold has the intended solution and the CENSORED solution. One of the discontinued mazes has no soluti...