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There are a plethora of maze invisibility modes to add to the challenge. With an astonishing 256 variations in all, this is one of the better two-player games for the system.
Maze Craze has 16 game variations that give it a lot more engaging play with 2 players. From invisibility to chasing down robbers - or getting killed by robbers - this is a much better game than you might think at first glance. Great fun!
If you just want to leisurely find your way through mazes then, there's full-maze shown and zero enemies available as an option, but, in all honesty, where's the fun in that? But it leaves this game with a level of challenge that is right for every player, a feat which is commendable in any game. Although this game would later be outshone in many aspects by the better of the Pac-man clones, it still stands as a game that is great for Atari 2600 gamers of all skill levels, and, for that reason, I recommend you consider getting it if you can find it.