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SuperMaze 1.0 is ready to buy

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SuperMaze is a simple to learn and play humorous nonviolent 3D hunt-and-shoot game using Smileys as the main actors in a maze style environment. The game is easy to play - you don't need more than the cursor keys and the space key to control your Smiley. The aim of the game is simple: Hunt each other and try to reach as first the win score.

You may download the shareware version of SuperMaze from the Decane website for free! Test SuperMaze on your own computer and play a game with up to 15 of your friends online or in a LAN.

The registered version of SuperMaze is available for 10 Euro from the Decane website.

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