Added June 2021
This maze uses dice to make it a bit more visually interesting, although I could equally well have replaced the dice icons with actual numbers representing the number of pips on each die. Yes, it is just another cynical marketing attempt.
On the subject of dice in mazes, Robert Abbott invented a great type of logic maze called a rolling dice maze in Mad Mazes. It's well worth checking out.
- Get from the at the top-left to the at the bottom-right, following a valid sequence of dice.
- Moves can be made horizontally or vertically, as far as you like (subject to being a valid move – see below), along any rank or file.
- A move is valid if the sum of the pips on the dice between the start and end squares (inclusive) equals a certain value.
- The total required for the first move is seven.
- Thereafter, the required total can either be one fewer or one greater than the previous total.
- For example, the second move could have a total of either six or eight.
Having trouble? You can view the if you are really struggling. This will ruin the puzzle for you, so I would strongly advise against giving up too early!