Mazezam - Puzzle Game Move the objects to find you way out and reach the exit.
MazezaM is a puzzle game and a remake of the 2002 MazezaM originally created by Malcolm Tyrrell for the ZX Spectrum.
The game builds on the concept of Sokoban puzzles, where objects need to be moved to reach the exit.
Make your way to the exit by pushing rows of blocks around. Each row of the same color is connected and can only by moved horizontally.
You enter a level on the left and you have to get to the exit on the right.
The rules are very simple: The goal is to get the character from the left of the room to right by pushing rows of blocks. Row of blocks can only be pushed left or right.
You move the player by swiping left, right up or down. Swipe and hold to continue moving in the same direction.
You can undo 5 mistakes on each level.
If you have managed to get yourself into an unsolvable position, just press the restart button to try again, but this will cost you a life.
Have you tried every possible move and still can not get passed this one level?
Press the solution button to get a step by step solution of the current level.
When all the lives are used, the game is over and you have to start again from the first level.
If a level is passed, you will be rewarded with an extra life.
You can have a maximum of 10 lives.
You get 500 point every time you start a new level, but lose 1 point for every move you make.
Your score will be added to you total score when you exit a room.
Your best score will be submitted to the leaderboard.