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This is the smallest maze I've ever made, and you can make it on your computer almost entirely free (that is if you include buying windows, the computer, ...
First, how many cells by how many cells do you want it? For example 17x22. Multiply the x and the y by 2 to get 34x44. Add 1 ...
Open Microsoft Paint. Make an image with pixel dementions you calculated in the last step. Make sure you set the image to black and white in Paint. Press ...
switch to white, still using the line tool, to draw the answer path.this will cover up some of the black pixels to make a path
use the same method to draw dead ends. you may draw dead ends off of dead ends as well! save to bitmap format and close paint.
open the editor (the freebie, or the other...maybe photoshop). in my case, the freebie. open the maze in it, and do the following: change the resolution to 300, ...
1) leave a gap in the outer walls for the start and finish. 2) draw the answer path first 3) dead ends only connect at one end.(no loops) ...
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