Try to find the treasures someone has dropped down to the maze. There's no enemies or any dangers in the game, so you can examine the maze as slowly and thoroughly as you want.
Treasure hunt is a very simple maze game, but what makes it somewhat special is that it's portrayed in first person perspective (remember that this game was published 1982). The maze is generated randomly everytime you start a new game, so there's endless amount of mazes for a diehard player to conquer ;)
The Queen of Hearts Maze Game and Treasure Hunt are two of the earliest commercial maze games, both released in 1982. There is nothing much to say, except that the first game is a top-down ASCII maze game similar to Pac-Man, while the latter is a CGA 3D maze game played from a first person perspective. The games bring some innovations to the simplistic gameplay of escaping mazes, though: The Queen of Hearts allows you to change the difficulty level, while Treasure Hunt can show a 2D automap of the maze to help you navigate. Your goal in both games are similar: collect as many treasures/point items as you can, while avoiding the nasties. They don't stand the test of time very well, but they are nice examples of what early maze games look like :)
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