From the book Games BBC Computers Play by Tim Hartnell, S.M. Gee, and Mike James. Published by Interface Publications.
The introductory text reads:
In this program by Dave Kelsall, you are in a maze (whose dimensions you
determine) trying to get through it to the exit. At every turn you see the scene in
front of you, and you'll find it quite uncanny how 'solid' and 'real' the maze can
seem. If you're in trouble, the 'help option' will provide a bird's-eye view of the
When you first run the program, you'll be asked to enter the width of the maze
first, then the height. You can enter any integer between two and 12 for the
width, and between two and 10 for the height.
The program length is awesome, but we assure you the effort of entering all of
it will be amply repaid.
|Secondary genre||3D Maze|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||Games BBC Computers Play (BOOK)|