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Deusovi Honeypot

For full meta effect, I should beat Deusovi to the answer before he sees this puzzle ... :-> $\def\G #1{\color{lime}{\text{#1}}}$ $\def\R #1{\color{red}{\text{#...
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Deusovi Honeypot

This question already has very good answers, but I wanted to share my intuition for why the given maze has no solution. This is a visual approach to the problem that I find a lot easier to grasp. It ...
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A Bomber Maze™™™

My path (red blotches are bombs) Explanation: Here I have highlighted important walls in purple, splitting the maze into sections. Anywhere within a section is reachable without a bomb. Going ...
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Number maze with a rule on it

Since we alternate between increasing and deceasing, we can color the maze like a checkerboard, where we alternate between black and white. This means that whenever we go from black to white we always ...
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Escape across the floorboards

The letter can escape by taking the following path:
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Alice and the Fractal Hedge Maze

Here is a link to a prezi. If there is anyway to export it that would be great but I'm not exactly sure how it works. Just keep clicking next through it. https://prezi.com/oh2efo-ejbv9/untitled-...
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The Folding Maze

My Answer: Red lines are where you would go, yellow lines indicate moving over the fold.
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Labyrinth Puzzle

The way this maze works is: However, there is a catch: The path through the maze: The final answer:
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The Knight and the Maze

If my Python programming is to be believed, the minimum number of moves required is 41:
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Deusovi Honeypot

Since I obviously cannot accept any answer (If I actually got Deusovi's attention stuck in the maze, the appearance of a green tick would ruin everything), and this seems to be getting reasonably much ...
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The No-Straight Maze

Note though that this only works because this particular maze has no straight moves available (i.e. intersections where you can't turn but only go forward). For example, using the same rules, if you ...
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A puzzling image maze!

Solved Map: Individual Puzzles: As per @Henkie's post, the second door from EXAMPLE ROOM solved COLLISIONS solved REASSEMBLY solved GET TWO FREE solved MAZES IN MAZES solved HALF THE PICTURE ...
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A torus maze™™™™™

My path: Or, Explanation: Here I have highlighted the important walls in purple, splitting the maze into sections. Every area within a section can be reached from every other, and (obviously, since ...
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A broken mirror

Unless I'm missing something obvious... Just one!
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The Persistence Of Memory

Solution: 1. I started with the left room. The key for this room is Like so 2. Next note that Like so 3. Next note that Like so: 4. Then So we have 5. Now Like so 6. Almost finally... Like ...
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The No-Straight Maze

Here is an answer that I think is slightly easier to understand:
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Read. Learn. Live. Escape

Final answer Continuing where Rand left off, we
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A blue, white and red maze

If going over the same path twice is allowed, this is a probable solution. I just started at the end and worked my way backwards to the start since there is only one possibility for the second-last ...
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Help me to find a small but hard and clever maze

Here's a maze of mine. Start at the top left square. End at the bottom right. RULES: You must stay on a color for exactly THREE squares. You may not do a U-turn (return to the square you just came ...
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Magic Maze Puzzle

Okay. THAT. WAS. INCREDIBLE! It took me two solid hours of work to solve and even longer to write and draw it all up here - hopefully it'll be worth it! To start us off, here is the final maze layout ...
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The Ludicrous Loop: over a thousand cells of circular logic!

MASSIVE SPOILER ALERT, DO NOT LOOK UNLESS YOU REALLY HAVE GIVEN UP Full solution. No words needed. (Hopefully there are no mistakes) Plus, the lines and text were fully hand-drawn for those of you ...
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Right-Turn-Only Maze

Here is one possible solution: My method is
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From within to without

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Speak the password and enter, if you dare

Phew, this took some perseverance! The route through the maze traces the following overlapping path: To navigate it, we must trace out: Which means the password - spelled out by the letters hidden ...
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A-maze-ing Wordsearch

The solution is this path: The clues that give it to us: The complete list of connections is: Here's the spreadsheet where we all figured this out; I've made copies at various times so you can see ...
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The Folding Maze

Well, you beat me by 30 minutes, but I worked hard on this so I'm posting it anyway :)
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Welcome to the Dungeon Zoo!

I am not very familiar with these monsters, but after some research I would name them like this: If I combine the path through the maze with the names of the creatures living in the rooms I get So ...
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A 1-D labyrinth

I think that the easiest way to solve this 1-D maze is to think of it as This allows you to visualize it as follows: In text form a solution is:
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A Page of Puzzling

The solution is The crossword was first solved by @NeilW, and @Sconibulus solved the alphametic and the maze (go upvote them!). For the Sudoku: For the Anagram: For the Logic puzzle: Back to the ...
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Jail-Maze Crescendo: On charting a dot-path home

The maze solution: We might notice that Easter eggs:
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