Mazescape is a clever and fascinating maze game for one player that will challenge even the most active minds. The Cryo-C version is designed by Pablo Céspedes and Victor Hugo Cisternas, authors of Tesoros del Rey Pirata, and illustrated by David Yuyo Correa.
When the mainframe computer of the supply ship unexpectedly awakens from suspended animation, something’s probably going to go wrong. You’re still in outer space, there’s nobody by your side, and the central reactor’s alarm won’t stop sounding. Upon exiting your capsule you realize that everyone else has disappeared. Who, or better yet, what has taken them? To find out, sharpen your wits, patience and powers of observation.
The Mazescape saga introduces a completely unique concept that fans of logic and puzzles will love. In this original game from Devir, you will place a map on the table and look for the compass rose as the starting point of the maze. Using the wooden stylus that comes with the game, you’ll trace the white pathways, maintaining contact with the maze at all times, and you’ll open and close sections of the map while looking for the exit point of the Impossible Triangle. Pass under bridges, climb staircases, and keep your head from spinning until the exit point takes you to the next scenario.
Each Mazescape box contains seven different challenges to face. The first maze is a relatively accessible challenge, and little by little the mazes become increasingly difficult until the final elegant explosion of pathways, which can only be untangled by the sharpest minds.
Moreover, each map includes a series of secondary challenges that allow you to travel through a second time, giving each set of maps a high degree of re-playability. Look for all of the hidden treasures in the seven maps. And the portable format is easy to play anywhere; all you need is a place to set the map and the stylus to start your journey. But beware, nobody said that escaping from the labyrinth would be easy!
Mazescape Cryo-C offers the most advanced challenges of the Mazescape saga, including the most complex mazes to date. Are you up for the challenge?