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Re: (TFT) Question to all of you

Is it Death Maze http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/3625/deathmaze or
Citadel of Blood http://boardgamegeek.com/image/1274014/citadel-of-blood ?

On Wed, Apr 17, 2013 at 1:37 PM, David O. Miller

> I am looking for a 1980's "board" game (or "hex die game", I am really not
> sure what it should be categorized as) and I think it had the word "Maze"
> or "Labyrinth" in the title. It consisted of 3" x 3" square sheets of a
> grid pattern (9 squares: 3 per row, 3 per column, colored either black or
> white--see bottom of this email for examples) that when placed next to each
> other would create a maze. It was a 2 player game. Some squares had a T
> shape, some an L shape, some had a corner, some had a straight line down
> the center of the grid. See my examples at the bottom of this email of what
> some of the 3x3 maze parts looked like.
> There were 2 teams: the Heroes, and the Evil Dungeon Owner (or Evil
> Wizard). Each team had a set of precut playing pieces made out of small
> square cardboard pieces, smaller than the individual squares on the maze.
> Hero enters the maze to rescue the Princess character out of the center of
> the maze. But all the Evil Dungeon Owner game pieces are placed face down
> in the maze after the Dungeon Owner has created a maze layout (using most
> or all of the 50 or so 3" squares). The Princess' location is not known
> until someone of the hero's team stumbles upon the room where the princess
> is kept.
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