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Maze Maniac
Category: Arcades / Maze

Publisher/Developer:
Antic - The Atari Resource , Page 6
Computer type:
Atari XL/XE
Binary format:
Atari BASIC
Release date:
Code:
Scott McKissock
Minimum players:
1

Description
Page flipping is a graphics programming technique that you can use to instantly switch the screen display from one picture to another. Maze Maniac uses this technique to switch you between six different full-screen mazes, each with a different prize and its own distinctive color. The object of the game is to collect all six prizes as many times as possible within the time limit. You must clear all mazes of prizes before the rooms can be restocked with prizes.

Note!
The screen will go blank for about 30 seconds before the game starts.

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