You wanted hard, so you've got hard.

I have been meaning to attempt an isometric maze for some time now but have not found the time, but here it is at last.

This one is based on the Queen's Maze by Adrian Fisher.

Your task is to enter the puzzle by the pathway at the bottom left and navigate your way to the center.

Each square has a number which indicates how many squares you must 'jump' for your next move. As you move to each 'jump' square your next paths will be shown, travel along whichever path you like, but do not fall into the water.

If you fall into the water then the blocks will sink and you must start again.

This is a very complex maze but it can be done, without cheating, in 20 moves.



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Soft Geometry Creative Industries

Soft Geometry Creative Industries
is a music-based design company located in Bristol UK.
I create artwork for albums, singles, posters and t-shirts.
My work is influenced by punk and post-punk poster and flyer design,
lo-fi photocopy aesthetics,
Francis Bacon and Mark Rothko.

I can provide a start to finish service with my own art and photography, put together work from images provided by yourself, and collaborate on an idea.

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