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Maze: Solve the World's Most Challenging Puzzle Paperback – November 15, 1985
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- Publisher : Holt Paperbacks (November 15, 1985)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 96 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0805010882
- ISBN-13 : 978-0805010886
- Reading age : 12 - 17 years
- Item Weight : 8.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 9.93 x 0.3 x 8 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #120,250 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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It certainly brought some frustration and head slapping after we saw something we had been missing, but it's nowhere near as difficult as the hype around this book would lead you to believe. It is very well constructed and an absolute treat to go through. You'll even find yourself trying to find the secrets in the rooms that you know are not part of the Path. Room 45 was especially satisfying to solve for.
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The was no reasoning to which clues were the correct and which clues were red herrings, which makes solving the maze inconsistantly random. It's all luck and subjectivity. A sign of a bad puzzle or riddle. I think that may be intentional on the writer's end but we didn't like it.
The book was shipped quickly, the book arrived in good condition, and the pictures were creative, so for that I will give 3/5. It lost 2 stars for the illogical clues and lack of direction.
Fake example as to not give it away for anyone, but still give you a general idea ; every object in the room has the letter S in it, so if you look to the other side of the room and correctly guess that it is a Greek statue, you know that you should open the door that corresponds to the number to 'S' in the Greek alphabet...
It can be lots of fun to pass the time and make up hints and start over thousands of times, but be ready to kinda make up things to make it make sense.
Interesting concept but actually disappointed based on my personal expectations.
My son and I have sat down with this book many times, and we have never successful made it to the middle and back out again. We have so much fun debating what parts of the story and pictures are actually clues and what means nothing at all. It has been a great book to share together.