Hello dear community,   The first Babylon.js challenge is over. The poll is still open. Every vote count, support the democracy! http://www.html5gamedevs.com/topic/17554-babylonjs-monthly-challenge-results/   Inspired by Oglaf's greatest strip, http://oglaf.com/labyrinth/, I present you the next challenge - We are going to build mazes. For cheese, for regards, for monsters, and mainly for the sake of fun.   A nice example was already given be @davrous - he used a QR code to build a labyrinth - http://blogs.msdn.com/b/davrous/archive/2014/02/19/coding4fun-tutorial-creating-a-3d-webgl-procedural-qrcode-maze-with-babylon-js.aspx   The only rules are: It has to be original. We have to be able to walk through it (Not necessarily camera!) It should be solvable. Or at least it should have a goal or final destination. Size doesn't matter at all! Please PM me your results once you are done. If you have any questions, this thread is exactly the place.   Let the games begin, and may the odds be ever in your favor.   Oh, and just the same as the last one - prizes to be won include respect, honor, a github contribution with your name in it, and beer. If you are in Berlin. Especially during Octoberfest.