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Jan 03 2014

Cryptomaze 011: “Keep at it!”

Cryptomaze 011The cryptomaze is a combination of a maze and cryptogram.  You’ll likely face some dead ends while solving this one!  They are fun and challenging to complete.

Solve the maze to find the cryptogram word.  There is also a encrypted message in the left over letters.  Use the key P=J to help decode them both.

The solution to the puzzle, as with all the other ones at this site, is suitable for all ages; and is meant to inspire and inform.

Original artwork by Rob Hughes available, please enquire.  Archival inks; and Canson 7″x10″ mix media acid free paper ensure long life.

Thanks for stopping by!

You can see the solution to cryptomaze 011 here!

Download a PDF of cryptomaze 011 here!

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Dec 27 2013

Cryptomaze 010: “Focus”

Cryptomaze 010

Cryptomaze 010

Solve the maze to find the cryptogram word.  There is also a encrypted message in the left over letters.  Use the key P=M to help decode them both.

The cryptomaze is a combination of a maze and a cryptogram.  They need your attention to solve: they don’t get solved by themselves!

As always the word and phrase are made with all ages in mind, and have positive meanings.  I hope you enjoy solving the puzzle!

Original artwork drawn by Rob Hughes on Canson Mix Media acid free paper with archival inks.

You can see the solution to cryptomaze 010 here.

Download a PDF of cryptomaze 010 here!

Permanent link to this article: http://heretoamaze.com/2013/12/27/focus-on-cryptogram-010/

Dec 07 2013

Cryptomaze 007 “Vigor!”

Cryptomaze 007 "Vigor!"

Cryptomaze 007 “Vigor!”

Another earlier variety of the cryptomaze.  They are easier to solve, since they have straight passages, and fewer of them overall.  To solve the cryptomaze first find the path through the maze.  It will pass through some of the letters; and they in turn form a cryptogram.  Then solve for the cryptogram with the clue: V=E.  There is no further message on these earlier cryptomazes.

This cryptomaze was made by Rob Hughes on a 7″ x 10″ piece of Canson mix media acid free paper.  A mix of archival and non-archival inks were used.

Download a PDF of cryptomaze 007 here!

Here is the solution to cryptomaze 007.

Permanent link to this article: http://heretoamaze.com/2013/12/07/cryptomaze-007/

Dec 07 2013

Cryptomaze 006 “Acceptance”

Cryptomaze 006 "Acceptance"

Cryptomaze 006 “Acceptance”

Here is a earlier variety of the cryptomaze.  It is solved in the same way as the later cryptomazes.  Make your way through the maze, and note which letters you pass through.  Those letters form a cryptogram.  Use the hint F=E to solve the cryptogram.  All of the cryptograms are based on the golden rectangle; and in this earlier variety, the letters are also placed in golden rectangles.

The maze is drawn on 7″ x 10″ Canson mix media acid free paper with a mix of archival and non-archival inks.  By Rob Hughes.

Download a PDF of cryptomaze 006 here!

You can see the solution for the cryptomaze here.

Permanent link to this article: http://heretoamaze.com/2013/12/07/cryptomaze-006/

Dec 07 2013

Cryptomaze 005 “Rubber Ducky”

Cryptomaze 005 "Rubber Ducky"

Cryptomaze 005 “Rubber Ducky”

Begin by solving the maze.  The path leading through the cryptomaze will pass through certain letters.  Those letters form a cryptogram.  What about the other letters in the maze?  They form a hidden message too.

Have fun solving the cryptomaze!

The original artwork was hand drawn by Rob Hughes on 7″ x 10″ Canson Mix Media acid free paper with all archival Faber-Castell inks.

Download a PDF of cryptomaze 005 here!

Here is the solution to cryptomaze 005.

Permanent link to this article: http://heretoamaze.com/2013/12/07/cryptomaze-005/

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