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THEmazegame

by Evan Schwartz and Tom Slater (Submitted: 12/06/2005)

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WHAT IS IT?

This is a maze game for one or two people.

HOW THE MAZE IS SET UP

This game uses many turtles to draw a maze. Each one goes until it is stuck and then dies. Then a black patch anywhere on the screen sprouts a new turtle which also goes until it is stuck and this process repeats.

HOW TO PLAY

Setup creates a maze for one or two people depending on the user choice. The move commands on the left side of the interface screen control player 1's turtle. The move commands on the right side control player 2's turtle.

In 1 Player mode the gamer navigates the green turtle through the maze to the red star.
In 2 Player mode each gamer tries to reach the other player's start point first.

NOTES

After having generated one maze you may have to close and reopen Netlogo to create another one.

After setting up the maze, click anywhere on the interface (except for the command center) to enable the keyboard control buttons.

The timer starts right after you decide 1 player or 2 player mode.

MAZE DIFFICULTY

Very Easy: screen-edge-(x and y) 20, patch size 10
Easy: screen-edge-(x and y) 35, patch size 7
Normal: screen-edge-(x and y) 50, patch size 5
Hard: screen-edge-(x and y) 65, patch size 4
Very Hard: screen-edge-(x and y) 80, patch size 3.5
Insane: screen-edge-(x and y) 100, patch size 3

For Very Hard and Insane:
HAVE LOTS OF PATIENCE!

CREDITS AND REFERENCES

Created by Tom Slater and Evan Schwartz (2005)

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