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Frank S Csoka: Maze board game apparatus. Fun Things, Marvin Feldman, Stephen E Feldman, November 8, 1977: US04057253 (14 worldwide citation)

A maze game having a plurality of game boards, each game board comprising individually identified delineated boxes, and grooves disposed peripherally of and between the boxes, and a plurality of walls insertable into the grooves between each set of adjacent boxes so as to form a wall therebetween, a ...


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Glenn R Rouse: Maze board game apparatus. Paul J Van Tricht, February 24, 1981: US04252320 (6 worldwide citation)

A board game apparatus for play by three players or groups of players which includes a game board bearing a substantially rectangular maze thereon. The maze is divided into a number of spaces or steps and includes a number of blocking positions. Residence strips are delineated or formed adjacent thr ...