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splintor:-
another option to cheat is to place the mouse right below the star, at the height of the "Another first..." line, and scroll up with the mouse wheel.
You then find yourself over the star. Move the mouse a little, and you win.
(06.03.2005, 13:45)

Stu:-
There are many ways to cheat, for instance place the mouse at the lower right hand corner and move it quickly left towards the star will avoid wall detection (if you are quick enough). BUT this is not the point of the exercise. My intention was to show just what css is capable of and to inspire you to go that bit further and experiment. A bit of lateral thinking is all that is needed.
(07.03.2005, 14:43)

nrl:-
another cheat is to place another window over your browser and then move the mouse from that window to the maze, when the browser gains focus you get to jump to whatever part of the maze your cursor is at :->

Very cool CSS stuff on your site btw, nice work!
(21.03.2005, 23:46)

MX:-
I only just stumbled across this by chance, it was linked up on newstoday.com congratulations for having one of the most inspiring CSS sites I have ever seen. I will be pointing everyone who asks me to help with their CSS at your site!!
(28.03.2005, 12:49)

Gaz:-
That's genius! Truly inspirational, time to give box models another go.
(22.04.2005, 15:20)

Johnny X:-
I think that was deliberate?
(26.12.2005, 22:41)

Matti:-
Man that maze's great! :D
All hail to CSS! ^_^
(01.04.2006, 16:12)

richter:-
I write and read about CSS almost everyday and have never seen anything as creative as this. Kudos!
(04.04.2006, 21:37)

bryd:-
that is insanely amazing... wow
(24.05.2006, 03:02)

al:-
wow, great game
i couldnt get it at first, and then i read your hint. i managed to finish the game 5 different ways. congratulations
(17.06.2006, 03:54)

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