Collection: Mazes

A maze is a complex network of interconnected paths or passages, typically designed as a puzzle or a game. It consists of a series of choices and dead ends, and the objective is to navigate from a starting point to a goal or endpoint within the maze. Mazes can vary widely in size, shape, and complexity, and they have been used for various purposes throughout history, including entertainment, education, and scientific research.

Mazes can be found in various forms, from pencil-and-paper puzzles and printed mazes in activity books to physical mazes created as attractions in amusement parks or as tools for studying animal behavior and problem-solving. They are also commonly used in computer games and algorithms to test and develop pathfinding strategies. The level of difficulty in solving a maze can vary greatly, from simple mazes suitable for children to intricate and challenging ones that require careful planning and problem-solving skills.

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