|Release Date:||December 13, 2014|
|Size:||8964 B (9 KB)|
Run through an endless number of randomly generated mazes! What's the catch? The maze is invisible, of course!
You start the game with 100 lives. At the start of each floor, you are spawned at the top left of the maze with 3 torches on the top right, 10 extra lives on the bottom left, and the exit at the bottom right. If you ever hit a wall, you lose a life, a death marker is placed at your feet, and the area around you is lit up. You can also light up a bigger area with a torch by pressing Y. Once you get to the end, walk towards the door to get 1 torch and 5 lives and to progress to the next floor. The game ends once you lose all your lives, you tap and hold screen (to give up), or your level / score / lives / torches gets to 524287 (for obvious reasons), whichever comes first.
- Initial Release
- Difficulty settings (which change the maze sizes). Current maze size would probably be medium.
- Maybe a high score table. (Instead of one high score being tracked, 5 high scores will be tracked)
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In case anyone is wondering, the maze generation uses the Growing Tree algorithm.
- MCGamer20000 - Programmer