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One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes (DOS)

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One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes from IBM is a maze action game which will run only on the monochrome display, using high intensity, low intensity, and black colors for different elements of the environment. Players can select the maze number, marker speed, sound options, and type of scoring - timed or point value. Scoring is a combination of maze level, marker speed (1-9), and time of completion.

There are 11 levels of difficulty, each level has 10 mazes, the last one has only one final level. The more difficult mazes brings new hazards, such as trap doors or invisible walls. The game is played with the numeric keypad only.

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One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes DOS Missed! (Maze 50) (MDA)
One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes DOS Game options
One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes DOS Harder mazes have many more obstacles and fewer safe areas.
One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes DOS Title screen 2

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Karsa Orlong (66023) added One Hundred and One Monochrome Mazes (DOS) on Oct 19, 2012