What are Tokyo maze puzzle games?
A Tokyo maze puzzle game is a game in which the objective is to move a square from a starting position through a map to the goal.
A Tokyo maze puzzle game consist of a set of levels.
Every level contains a map of tiles on which different types of actors are placed.
For some level there is a limitation of the number of steps the player can make to reach the exit.
Using the Tokyo maze puzzle foundation you can create your own Tokyo games.
Examples of games based on the Tokyo maze puzzle foundation
The map of a Tokyo level consist of a grid of tiles.
There are 14 types of tiles:
Void - The absence of a tile. The player can not move into a void.
Floor - A type of tile that the player can stand on.
Open barriers - A type of tile that the player stand on. Exactly like Floor. Can change into a closed barrier of the same colour.
Closed barriers - A type of tile that the player can not stand on. Can change into a open barrier of the same colour.
Button - If the player step into a button, all the barriers of the same colour as the button will change from open into closed and vice versa.
There are two types of actors available to put into a Tokyo level:
Player - The blue diamond that the player of the games controls via the arrow keys.
Exit - To clear a level the player must move into the exit.
Actor is game development lingo for roughtly something in a game that can do stuff. For examples the player, monsters, medicin, bullets, ...
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