Sudoku maze

Posted by Dan on May 6th, 2008
2008
May 6

I decided to try making a sudoku out of images that fit together like Lego blocks. In this case, the pieces are parts of a maze. There are 9 different pieces, and you can see them all on the first row (of course, it’s a sudoku!). There’s a 4-way intersection, 4 different T intersections, a couple of through streets (north-south and east-west), and a couple of intersections with sort of diagonal barriers. Click on the image to get a new maze based on a different sudoku.

So what do we have here, a street map for Sudoku Estates? The cul-de-sacs are bad enough, but there are also isolated circles and land-locked streets. Talk about an exclusive gated community. I guess you really can’t get there from here.

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