Tool to decode the labyrinthine images created by Betamaze. Betamaze is a cipher by alphanumeric substitution of the characters by an image, which, once connected to others, forms a kind of labyrinth (maze in English).
Betamaze Cipher - dCode
Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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Betamaze uses different square tiles for each character, so there are as many tiles as characters (letters / digits) in the message, it is an alphabetic substitution.
Example: 'MAZE' is coded
Betamaze tiles has no notion of rotation, so each block can be oriented in any direction.
Also the blocks must be glued together to represent as much as possible a labyrinth path (or any drawing).
The author of Betamaze is Terrana Cliff, art student from California in 2008.