This is a repost of a puzzle I created in 2014. I used to post puzzles on my blog, a long time ago!
- Go from start to finish without crossing any lines.
- The maze contains four copies of itself, except for the blue lines, which are not copied. Pretend that these are perfect copies, even though in the image I cannot copy them perfectly.
- I’ve labeled the four copies as A, B, C, and D, and numbered the 12 entrances. These should be useful for notating your solution. For example, one possible path goes: 7, C10, C11, C12, CA9, CAD6.
This maze was inspired by an article in Mathpuzzle waaaay back, which established the idea of a fractal maze. I designed three of these fractal mazes, and this is the third one. Perhaps I will repost the other two later, although I think the first two were harder to read.