The abbey was a maze of multistory wings, each added in a differing century, the architecture conspiring to create a jumbled complex that now housed four hundred brothers.
Labyrinth: a game involving tilting a maze to negotiate a ball bearing to the ' finish ' position while avoiding traps (holes in the board). This tested motor performance.
But at the time, we had to pay out of pocket for everything here, and then chase down reimbursement for it through a maze of paperwork once we got home.
Like solving a maze, design can sometimes be easier when you start from the end.
As an example let us look at a computer-controlled mechanical mouse in a maze.
Except in the case of games where the goal is to navigate successfully through a maze of obstacles, the work that users are forced to do to get around in software and on Web sites is seldom aligned with their needs, goals, and desires. (Though it should be noted that well-designed navigation can be an effective way to instruct users about what is available to them, which is certainly much more aligned with their goals.)
Guider: The building contains five performance halls, for dance, opera, theater, symphony concerts and a maze of backstage areas， some restaurants and bars as well.
An intricate structure of interconnecting passages through which it is difficult to find one's way; a maze.
And then drag the photo you just found to the mirror. The door will open and you will enter into a maze.
Alleyways wind through the city like a maze, opening up into surprising, sunny fountained piazzas.