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Season:  2
Number:  009
Wave:  1
Color:  red
Suit:  crosses suit
Corner:   corner
Card's Points:  120
Card Group's Points:  0
Reverse:  special reverse
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How many moves would it take you to get from the start to the finish when the following rules apply:
You can only move to a square that has either the same colour or the same shading
You can only move one square at a time, horizontally or vertically, not diagonally

Choose your Misadventure

Perplex City is in danger! Over the past few days, everyone who has entered the Mimasan Maze has disappeared. You are young, intelligent and ready for action, as long as it doesn't involve zombies... or lemons. They always give you the willies. At the deserted maze's entrance, your first choice presents itself: will you take the tunnel route (Chapter I), head up the ladder (Chapter XIV), or go down the eerily dark slide (Chapter IV)?

IV "Wheee!" You jump down the hole, figuring 'What's the worst that could happen?' You realise, too late, that the worst is, in fact, death. Luckily, your fall is broken by a large, squishy mat. But mats don't usually go "Ugh" do they? It turns out that the mat is a rather plump man dressed as a jester. "It's inadvisable that you shouldn't not go that way if you don't want to not be able to not get there," he wheezes, then falls back unconscious. Odd. Do you jump down the slide he points at (Chapter VII) or do you go through the door instead (Chapter X)?

V You come out into a room kitted out like a kitchen. It's obvious that it wasn't originally a kitchen as pots and pans are strewn all over the floor and items of food are piled in the corners. Dancing in the middle of the room is a worried looking man dressed as a jester. Panting, he calls to you, "Oh dear, help me! Please! HE wants me to make him some food, yet HE won't let me stop dancing!" Then he kicks off a (quite good) one-man conga line. Do you help the man out and throw something together (Chapter II) or watch him, laughing, before wandering off into the next room (Chapter XVII)?

VI Leaping from where you stand, you begin taking large strides towards the exit. It seemed a lot closer when you weren't running through snakes. Blindingly fast, one of the larger reptiles strikes at your heel, knocking you to the ground. Within seconds, you whole body is swarming with snakes, turning you into some sort of living snake man. Except you're not living - well, not for long. The poison from the bites runs through your veins, paralysing your body. This is your end, it isn't a good way to go.

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PXCCC 2.0 2009-05-02 21:06:45 PDT