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lol, there’s only one way out.
Oh no! Run Rattie, run!
I mean WoW World of Warcraft is just a maze right?
Good one! 🙂
The snake maze for meeces they go in but they dont come out
Well, they do come out, but it takes them a while, and they don’t do it alive… Yep, the snake has a back door. O.O
I hate those animals. I prefer chickens and cats! 😛
I don’t get it. I’ve been running this experiment for weeks and all my mice have mysteriously disappeared.
Poor thing! Yet still very funny;)
I take it you modded Deadly Rooms of Death to replace the roaches with mice?
One’s on its way to the tail 🙂
Is this the first time you’ve gone out side of the border? I like the change of pace if it is. 🙂
I’ve done it a few times, I think. The most recent one I can remember is this one. I like to monkey around with the border and try new things – glad you liked this one! 🙂
Practical applications include keeping Hilbert curve spaces rat free.
Extremely negative reinforcement.
The dread of running mazes removed, that is.
Snakes and meeces