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A simple maze puzzle written entirely in css (no javascript etc).

The object of the puzzle is to navigate from the start arrow to the star without touching the maze walls, if you do then you will have to start again.

There are secret passages built into the maze which allow you to pass through some of the walls, some in one direction only so beware! These will open up when you stand next to them so take it slowly.

HINT : Some things are not what they seem :)

Looking at the comments you will find many ways to cheat at this puzzle, but this is not the object of the exercise. This is just a demonstrations of the POWER of css.


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