# A Mqze of Miszpeked Worfs

I have another maze for you to do. This one is , the last was . But you see, they may look like the opposite of mazes, but you can find a way to enter and exit, and thus win.

 exit
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qmqzing
vhucken
muggetz
ouxsket
answdrz
douvlef
comlurw
solcemy
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enter


Here's a version without misspelled words below. This will help but your maze takes place on the above "board".

amazing
chicken
nuggets
puzzler
doubled
compute
solvent


Other puzzles in this series of :

• Okk... So, What exactly are we supposed to do? I mean where to enter, where to exit??
– Sid
Jul 20 '16 at 14:38
• The bottom is the entrance, the top in the exit. I'll make that more clear. Jul 20 '16 at 14:39
• This would work a lot better if the correct words weren't provided.. maybe you could clue them in the future?
– Arth
Jul 20 '16 at 15:14
• The idea for the puzzle is nice, but I have to agree with @Arth that providing both the "maze" and the correct words is basically posting a puzzle with its solution next by. :c( I'm still up-voting the idea, though. Jul 20 '16 at 19:01

Representing a correct character by 1 and an incorrect character by 0 we get:

0101111
0101111
0111110
0100010
1111010
1110110
1110100
1110100

If we assume ones can be navigated as the path, and taking the entrance and exit as column-specific, we can solve the maze by beginning in the 5th column, go up 3, right 1, up 4, left 4, up three and exit.

• It's typically better on this site to hide your answers using the >! tag at the beginning of the line. Jul 20 '16 at 14:52
• i think the 'enter' and 'exit' marks are column-specific. Jul 20 '16 at 14:52
• @dcfyj How do you spoiler tag preformatted text? Jul 20 '16 at 14:55
• Just place >! at the beginning of each line, you can use the preview under your post for guidance. Also you can use two spaces at the end of the line for line breaks. Jul 20 '16 at 14:57
• @MorganG I've spoiler-tagged it for you. For preformatted text, you need to use the <pre> tag when it's in a spoiler. I also removed the strikeout text. People can see previous answers in the edit history if they're interested. Jul 20 '16 at 14:59

Assuming that a solution involves

traversal of the maze using only correct characters.

There appear to be several solutions, but the most efficient one is

$\require{action}\require{enclose}\toggle{\enclose{roundedbox}{\text{ Click here to show solution }}\\\begin{array}{l}\mathtt{qmqzing}\\\mathtt{vhucken} \\\mathtt{muggetz}\\\mathtt{ouxsket}\\\mathtt{answdrz}\\\mathtt{douvlef}\\\mathtt{comlurw}\\\mathtt{solcemy}\end{array}}{\enclose{roundedbox}{\text{ Click here to hide solution }}\\\begin{array}{l}\mathtt{q}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{m}}\mathtt{qzing}\\\mathtt{v}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{h}}\mathtt{ucken} \\\mathtt{m}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{ugget}}\mathtt{z}\\\mathtt{ouxsk}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{e}}\mathtt{t}\\\mathtt{answd}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{r}}\mathtt{z}\\\mathtt{douv}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{le}}\mathtt{f}\\\mathtt{coml}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{u}}\mathtt{rw}\\\mathtt{solc}\bbox[cyan]{\mathtt{e}}\mathtt{my}\end{array}}\endtoggle$

• Explanation why this is correct? Jul 20 '16 at 15:08
• This was correct, @Reibello, but I accepted the other answer instead. Feb 25 '17 at 23:25