The Betamaze alphabet was originally created in 2003 by Terrana Cliff to encode messages in mazes. It has since been used around the world in ARGs, puzzle games, geocache hints, tattoos, quilts, and in the classroom.
Squares of geometric shapes represent each letter of the English alphabet. The squares may be arranged, rotated, and flipped to form a maze.
The Betamaze Digital Kit makes it easy to construct your own betamazes.
- Illustrator File with full alphabet
- Photoshop File with full alphabet
- SVGs of individual letters, numbers, and punctuation marks
- Transparent PNGs of individual letters, numbers, and punctuation marks
- Sample maze in photoshop and jpg formats.
Released in 2017 under a Creative Commons Zero license, Betamaze is free to use by anyone for anything.
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