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A quick photographic version of my latest project - I usually prefer doing step-by-step Instructables, but then there was a particular motivation this time...

The short version of the instructions:
  • 3 pieces of card
  • Draw a maze path on the middle layer.
  • Cut it out, and glue to the bottom layer.
  • Check the fit of the coin.
  • Glue on the top layer.
  • Decorate as desired.
Enjoy.


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<p>Awesome idea, do you mind if I make my own design and sell them.</p>
<p>I can hardly claim to have invented mazes!</p><p>If you're selling them online, share a link here as well!</p>
Wonderful! Great party game! Perhaps some magnet locks could be added for complexity! <br /> <br />Thank for sharing again, Kiteman!
Wonderful! Great party game! Perhaps some magnet locks could be added for complexity! <br /> <br />Thank for sharing again, Kiteman!
I made a 3d version of this last summer out of some 1/8 plywood. It is really tough. I didn't think about making it out of cardboard though...
Have you ever seen A Zed and Two Noughts? It's the &quot;graph-paper&quot; background that reminded me of it.<br> <br> L
Oh, maybe twenty years ago. I remember something about time-lapse rotting? <br> <br>The &quot;background&quot;, though, is just my battered old cutting mat.
Yes, time-lapse rotting on gridded backdrops, and snails...<br> Otherwise, you got me thinking about a pizza-box and balls here.<br> <br> L
And balls to y.... <br> <br><sub>Oh, you mean ball <em>bearings</em>, don't you?</sub>
Cool! This might be pretty hard if you didn't know what the maze was!

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