Here we find the RoSoft Download recommendation for release 1.1-22.
Here is Softpedia's "100% clean" recommendation for release 1.1-18.
Here are Softonic's "clean" seal and review for version 1.1 release 17.
Here is the review from Snapfiles for release 1.1-18.
Another review, from Top4downloads, also for release 1.1-18.
The name "amaze" is a rather obvious pun, so as it turns out there are a bunch of other programs and projects out there with the same name. The following have no connection with this SourceForge project (and there may be better links):• Amaze screensaver, by AW software • Amaze! iPod app, by Simiotica • amaze for Palm OS, by bhangar.com • Amaze FLV downloader • Amaze wallpaper changer, by tnmSoftware • ...and others, try Google.
There are lots of maze-generation projects on SourceForge. Here is an incomplete list, going by descriptions only; I have not checked most of them out yet. This project does not currently reuse code from any other project or product.• AIF Maze Project 2008 • A Maze Kit • Corn Maze • Maze GUIs in c# • Daedalus Maze creator • FunLabyrinthe • Hedge MAze • Labirinto • Laborant • Artifical intelligence algorithms (Maze) • Maze3D-net • 3D-MAZE • Maze 5 • Maze Community • MazeGen • GL maze • Mazen Maze Creator • Maze Race • Maze Simulator • Mazesmith • Maze • Maze3D • Multi-State Mazes • python matrix • Simple Java based Maze • Warwick Maze Courseware • X-Lab • ZeroDev
Another link, through the Deadalus Maze project, for even more about mazes.
This is the amaze project ("qtamaze").
This project started on SourceForge.net on 2010-02-17, to produce a simple end-user program to generate and print simple mazes. For me, it is an experiment with Qt and with multi-platform GUI app packaging. I hope somebody will find some actual use for it.
SourceForge.net freely hosts many Open Source software development projects, including this one; they have my gratitude. Thanks, guys.
Of benefit to users, Open Source software is licensed so you can download and use the software free-of-charge. The source code for this software is made available free-of-charge, you (or a programmer you hire) can make changes to this software to better meet your needs, and you can release your changed code back to the community passing the benefit on to other users.
This project is licensed under EUPL v1.1, something like GPL. Any mazes you generate are yours, to do with as you please.
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