Are you are a publisher of newsletters, flyers, or activity-books, looking for a quick and easy way of adding eye-catching and relevant graphics to your publications?Amorphous-Maze was created exactly for this purpose. Mazes are well-suited for adding subject-relevant entertainment. Amorphous maze is eye-catching because it has a very distinct appearance. While traditional computer-generated mazes have perpendicular walls, Amorphous Maze has walls at totally random angles. The general shape of the Amorphous Maze is also interesting. These unique features will surely draw your reader’s attention to your publication. Second, Mazes are popular and safe forms of amusements that can be enjoyed by both boys and girls, men and women, and people from any cultural background or educational level. All mazes can be solved by anybody who has the persistence, and solving a maze provides a sense of accomplishment and boosts one’s confidence. This is the reason mazes have withstood the test of time and will probably continue to do so. Third, Amorphous Maze Runs on, Windows 7, or 8 and is, extremely easy to use. The mazes are randomly created, so the mazes you create are guaranteed to be different from those made by anybody else in the world. On top of that, the program lets you pick a size, shape, line width, and the color of the maze so that you can create, something that you can truly call, your own. It has an “export to bit map” feature that, greatly simplifies your task of importing maze images to a word processing program. And most importantly, all images you create are, “royalty free”. In other words, you can use them for any purpose without paying us a penny! Amorphous Maze, by design, contains no virus, spyware, or advertisements. The free version has all the features enabled, except that you can only use level one and generate amorphous mazes with rectangular outlines.
Amorphous Maze is a one-of-a-kind maze program that generates mazes with walls at random angles and shows the solution in curvy lines. Print and solve on paper or export to bitmap and publish royalty-free.Maze Creator HOME 1.90 Description:
Maze Creator HOME is a computer aided design of random mazes with solutions to be printed or exported (EMF, BMP, Clipboard).
Mazes can be customized in shape, drawn-on, and number of starting and stopping points. A mask can be applied to help rapidly develop new designs. You can save your work templates.
Great for Newsletters, Newspapers, Brochures, and Web Site free promotions. Now has 7 template styles such as CIRCULAR, HEX, TRIANGLES, OCT-BOX, RECTANGLE, TRAPEZOID-BOX, and QUAD-TRIANGLE.
Then publish your own work as a collection in a book, etc.
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Unlike most computer-generated mazes, Amorphous Maze is not drawn on a rectangular grid. In fact, do not use a grid, circular, triangular, hexagonal or otherwise. What it is is a wall in a random corner, so the maze is drawn by hand. It also has the ability to turn the solution on and off. You can work on it on the screen or make a printout and let someone else finish it on paper with colored pens or markers. You can also export the image to a bitmap file and embed it into your own publication. The resulting maze is eye-catching, different every time, and royalty free
- Ripley’s Believe it or Not: I wasn’t on the TV show, but I and one of my Mazes were featured in their cartoon! This image is scanned from a June 11, 1988 newspaper.
- News article: This is an article from a local paper about the same Maze featured in the Ripley’s cartoon. Yes, I did name the Maze after the actress. Hey, I was 15 at the time. 🙂
- Even larger Maze: This is a picture of my room from 1988. The stack of paper on my bed is one long, thin Maze. It’s a continuous stream of paper over a half mile long, where the 3031 pages had to be spliced together with tape in a few places when reams ran out. The printout above and to the right is a Maze the same size as The Maze of Theseus below. The Maze above and to the left is one twice the size; it’s called the Maze of Perseverance, and I created it the weekend before I saw the movie Labyrinth for the first time. The Maze on the ceiling is called the Maze of Eternity, and is over five times the size of the Perseverance Maze. Note also the Escher type room in the corner and the Labyrinth movie poster over the window.
- The minotaur quest: Starting in 1991 I played on the MUD Darker Realms, became a wizard, and put online an area and quest based on the Greek myth of the Minotaur, in which you get to deal with King Minos, solve the Labyrinth, and face the Minotaur yourself. (One other MUD I made wizard on was Kerovnia, where my quest there was to find the secret of the Great Pyramid in Egypt.)