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A-maze-ing: Habbo's Longest Wired Maze!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:40 pm

Habbo’s Longest Wired Maze – owned by rapidCHRIS and Finalz

 
As one of the most famous mazes on Habbo, I couldn’t miss this one out in my series of Maze Reviews.

It’s been used in official Habbo Quests, reviewed by plenty of other Habbos and played by hundreds every day – so I felt a great deal of pressure going in. Thankfully I had a bit of a seasoned professional with me (thanks Yet!) to give me a bit of a hand along the way. Also the lovely members at Habbox Forum were only too happy to give us a few tips when we got stuck!

The maze, as expected, is very well thought-out, with unique rooms and a wide variety of games (including many different difficulties). The hardest room I saw was definitely the Wired Riddles – with stickies blocked it was even more difficult to figure it out from the un-padlocked words! The rooms are updated quite often too, so it’s kept fresh and new for long-time players.

Once again, I never managed to finish this maze. I was banned on my main account half-way through, and once I got on my backup account I managed to accidentally click ‘Hotel View’ after only 25 rooms. It’s 70 rooms long (with checkpoints) so I’ll definitely go back as I’d love to finish it one day. At the moment, the checkpoint passwords are blacklisted so you can’t get in them again so it’s best to wait until the new chat returns (some time soon).

Unlike Zak’s maze from last week, some of the rooms aren’t very well designed, they seem thrown together and you can tell that the owners ran out of credits for some of them – especially considering the gorgeously luxurious main room. I love the main room of this maze as it manages to mix expensive furni with a lovely layout – including a VIP and lounge area, before the users begin to play. Since the mute there have been a lot fewer players, but when it’s officially opened again I’m sure it’ll become much more popular again, and the regulars will be happy to help!

You can visit the room here and leave your own reviews in the comments below.

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