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A-maze-ing! Puzzle Quest0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:38 pm

Mini Puzzle Quest – Owned by Plebings

This week, I’m bringing you a different kind of maze. Ever since the introduction of Wired furniture, mazes which used it have been very popular with members of the Habbo community. Not many people manage to use it well – some can’t even manage to make it work correctly – but I definitely think this is one of the best Wired mazes on Habbo.

From the very first day I played the original Puzzle Quest, I loved it. Plebings’ eye for room design is incredible, and it shows how much effort he put in designing the whole maze. Not only are the rooms well designed, but the layout of the maze itself too, as none of the 19 rooms are that similar to each other, and the ones that have the same game in are well spaced between other games.

Within the maze, there are a lot of original, unique rooms, which I haven’t seen in any other mazes on Habbo. Last time I properly played, the puzzle quest was much bigger, but got quite tedious when you kept losing the passwords for the safe rooms! The new, shorter layout means you can complete it in under an hour (if you know what you’re doing or you’re just really good at mazes), making it much more fun – in my opinion, anyway!

The main room is definitely my favourite of all – it’s so colourful and fun to look at, and even though it’s a wired (snake) maze, there are quite a few pillows in between the rollers, giving players the chance to rest and recuperate, giving less experienced players (aka, me) a better chance of getting through the room quickly. I remember when I first entered the maze, I sat there for a while checking out the room, I was so in love with the rainbow theme! The rest of the rooms live up to this quality as well, but you’ll have to find that out for yourself.

You can visit the room here, and leave your own review in the comments below! Happy Mazing!

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