I was so excited by the idea of the Scritches, Scretches and Scrutches MazeScroll (#42) that I decided to create a totally new composition. I wanted to improve the spacing of the shapes, I wanted to add variety to the lines and I wanted to improve the detailing (the openings between the shapes that make the puzzle a maze puzzle). This may be one of my most fun mazes. I had a lot of fun creating it and I think whover plays it will have a lot of fun playing it (and coloring it).
The style has a lot of potential. I could do a whole series of MazeScrolls using this technique. But before I do that, I want to finish my other explorations and experiments. But what got me excited about this maze is how it can be played by multiple players. (I will not regurgitate the multi-player game instructions here. Read my previous entry for MazeScroll 42 for the instructions.)
MazeScroll 45 will certainly be one of the Dirty Dozen, twelve MazeScroll puzzle games that will form my next Kickstarter project. Originally, I was planning to launch the Kickstarter campaign January 15. But now I think I will push it up to the end of the month. I want to give myself enough time to finish three more MazeScrolls and print samples of six of them for the introduction video.