Play the Maze Game

Tap Colored Rectangles Around the Maze to Move the Red Tile

Tap to Move Left
Tap colored rectangles to the left, right, top, and bottom of the game board.
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Tap to Move Right

How to Play the Maze Game

Reach the aqua colored tile with the fewest number of moves. Move the red tile through the maze. Move the red tile from the upper left corner to the lower right aqua colored tile. A score of 100% means you followed the shortest path through the maze.

Tap the top red bar to move upward. Tap the right violet bar to move right. Tap the left yellow bar to move left. Tap the bottom aqua bar to move downward.

If you move off the path, you'll hear a water drop sound and see You tried to move off the path. Come back soon. More sophisticated three dimensional maze games are under development.

Play the Maze Game

Implemented with WebGL Sub Images

Play this simple maze game implemented with WebGL.

WebGL Textures: Mipmaps, Sub Images & Atlases

The free online eBook, WebGL Textures is coming soon. See projects for the eBook, WebGL Textures, presenting the following WebGL topics:

  1. Mipmaps
  2. Sub Images from Texture Data
  3. Sub Images from Array Data
  4. Texture Atlases

Learn programming now, with free WebGL tutorials. WebGL provides useful techniques for education, games, scientific visualization, and architectural rendering.

Online examples work with WebGL enabled Web browsers including Windows PCs (Microsoft Edge, Firefox, and Chrome), iPhone 6 and above, and current Androids. Most examples also work with Windows Phone operating system 8.1.

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