What is a Dynamic Maze?
Dynamic Mazes are changing mazes. As you move through the maze certain paths will close, while others will open. These mazes have been inspired after Robert Abbott's Sliding Door Maze, which you can find on his incredible Logic Mazes web site. A sample maze is shown to the right.
How are the paths Opened and Closed?
Mazes in this site use Tunnels in order to allow paths to cross each other. Tunnels can be either open or closed. You can either open or close Tunnels by passing over certain Switches which you will find along some paths. You will find some mazes have a simple solution. Others will require for you to find the right combination of opening and closing of paths so you can get to the Exit.
These mazes have tunnels that can be either open or closed. Open tunnels are shown as green circles. Closed tunnels as red squares.
Along some of the maze paths you will also find 'switches' that can change the state of certain pre-determined tunnels. Red switches always perform the same action, opening one tunnel and closing another. Blue switches act as a 'toggle' which can open or close the same tunnels if activated repeatedly.
Your goal is to get from the green entrance to the pink exit. Use the arrow keys to move around the maze. Good luck!
Are you ready to try them out? Click here to play.
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Last updated on 5/20/2020.