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Austrobogulator: A maze is a puzzle, a labyrinth is primarily decoration.

Also:
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Leroux: Definitely a game from the Chzo Mythos, I'd say 5 Days A Stranger?
Yep, that's the one :D
Next one.
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Austrobogulator: A maze is a puzzle, a labyrinth is primarily decoration.
wrong....
Crime Cities?
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JamesBond007: Crime Cities?
Nope.
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toxicTom: Ok, since nobody seems to have mercy on the poor unknown game: It's Night Shift by Lucas Arts. A very creative and overlooked gem.
Since it was finally solved, may I now post a link to the Night Shift gameplay video that Yahtzee Croshaw made?
Well, here it is.

Kind of weirdly appropriate, since Austrobogulator posted a screen from 5 Days a Stranger
Post edited 7 hours ago by InfraSuperman
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Austrobogulator: Tri?
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amok: Indeed, your go.
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Ghorpm: Isn't it amaz(e)]ing how creative we can be?
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amok: Bonus question - what is the difference between a maze and a labyrinth :)
I actually know that one :) labyrinth, no matter how elaborate it may seem with many turns etc. has no branches so it's actually a long path from start to exit but you can't get lost there.
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amok: Indeed, your go.

Bonus question - what is the difference between a maze and a labyrinth :)
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Ghorpm: I actually know that one :) labyrinth, no matter how elaborate it may seem with many turns etc. has no branches so it's actually a long path from start to exit but you can't get lost there.
indeed :)
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Ghorpm: I actually know that one :) labyrinth, no matter how elaborate it may seem with many turns etc. has no branches so it's actually a long path from start to exit but you can't get lost there.
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amok: indeed :)
I thought the whole term came from the Greek myth, and people would get lost in that one.
Post edited 5 hours ago by kalirion
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Ghorpm: I actually know that one :) labyrinth, no matter how elaborate it may seem with many turns etc. has no branches so it's actually a long path from start to exit but you can't get lost there.
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amok: indeed :)
I feel that was implied by what I said :| ie. mazes are puzzles, as they have multiple branches. Also, labyrinths are usually decorative, given that they are just paths.