Can you figure it out? Man I hope so, I built it for my 4 year old daughter.
This one's even easier than the kids menu at Denny's so I doubt many of you will have trouble.
There's only one way through. It's not like I just built a bunch of walls and stuck em there...
Ok, so maybe it is. But really, there's only one way through.
So be honest when you comment...
How many mistakes did YOU make before you made it through?
Fourth Wall Commentary: As many of you know a few weeks back we had a prety bad blizzard here in the Chicago area. After all the digging out (oh what FUN!) was done, I looked in the backyard and saw that there was a lot of clean, deep snow out there. So I grabbed the shovel and made a maze for my four year old daughter in our backyard. Needless to say, she loved it! Ok, so flash forward about a week and we get a heat wave (near 60! And for this time of year here, that's freakin HOT) and all the snow melts. Well, my little girl was devistated that her maze was gone... so I sat down and did the next best thing for her, I built one out of Lego! Yeah, long story short, this was made for my daughter to play with 'cause she misses her snow maze. I wasn't even going to post it but I thought it'd be fun to let you guys have a crack at it. My daughter did it on her second try... how many tries did it take you?
Had to throw the post together quickly as well because I've got another small project in mind that I want to get started on and as you can see, this thing takes up my ENTIRE desk. Alright, time to tear it down and start on the next project.
one mistake towards the end..... but very nice maze.... i see though you used minifigs to try to throw people off..... hahahahahhaha!
i give a 3 on 5.... cuz there is always awesome, more complicated ways to make a maze!
This is a-MAZE-ing! (just had to say it). I was doing great till I got to the blue section and ran into that lonely cheerleader, then it was like,bow-chicka-bow-bow! Need some help, baby? OH YEEEEAH! and...uh..what was I saying? Anyway, if only you coulda frozen that snow maze forever for your daughter. Nice work!
Man I remember those days of shoveling out the driveway and making a path for the mailman so he would deliver the mail. Can't believe it's already 20+ years since my family moved away from Chi. town and wound up in So. Cal. Anyway I'm sure your little one loves her maze. Besides winter isn't over yet. Another storm could easily blow in and you might just be making another snow maze in no time. I'll keep my eye on WGN to see. Believe it or not we get that channel out here too!
Yeah, it took me a while to figure out that the minifig in the white maze is NOT at the beginning, so I was very puzzled to find that there was no possible way from there. After I got my head around that one, it was no problem. Tricksy Hobbitses...