The Betamaze alphabet lets you encode messages in mazes. Originally created in 2003 by Terrana Cliff (me), Betamaze first appeared on Omniglot.com. Over time, Betamaze has been used in ARGs, puzzle games, tattoos, and quilts.
As of 2017, Betamaze is now officially free to use! It is released under a Creative Commons Zero license, a worldwide public domain license. Anyone may use Betamaze in any project, including commercial products, without fear of legal retribution. Hooray! Go have fun!
To the extent possible under law, Terrana Cliff has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Betamaze. This work is published from: United States.
This section of my site will feature Betamaze creations from around the world! If you have a creation you want to share, please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org , or send it to the Betamaze facebook page!