Hi Dark,

Yes, I am a fan of mazes too. Not to mention in games such as the Tomb Hunter series I'm starting mazes would be quite appropriate for that genre of game. After all mazes would be an effective deterrent for the casual tomb robber and treasure hunter. Plus it would be just another type of puzzle you --- the gamer --- would have to solve in order to beat the game.



One thing I've always enjoyed about the Tomb Raider games is it's not all about slaying monsters and collecting ancient treasure. A good portion of that series of games has to do with puzzle solving and figuring out riddles. It is often challenging and fun, but not for someone who is impatient. Not all of the puzzles/riddles are that easy to figure out unless you are the type who looks up the answers in a walkthrough.

Anyway, using 3d mazes, although it might be confusing, certainly would be a challenging part of the game. For those who enjoy such challenges it would be all a part of the game's replay value. For those people who like puzzles all of the mazes would be a new puzzle to solve.

Smile.


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