The classic 3D maze screensaver that shipped with Windows '95 and '98. It randomly moves through a maze with red brick walls, running into various obstacles, each with its own effect on the route, as it searches for the exit. If this screensaver does not render properly, try disabling full-screen mode via the settings menu, then set the Size slider to "Max".
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- Open the 3D_Maze.zip archive file and extract the 3D Maze screensaver file to your Windows folder.
- To make sure Windows will recognize it, locate the screensaver file in the Windows folder, then right-click it and select "Install".
- Open the Screen Saver Settings panel. "3D Maze" should now be visible in the list of screensavers.
Anti-virus report for 3D Maze
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|K7AntiVirus||Trojan ( 7000000c1 ) *|
|Last scanned||2 weeks ago|
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We have 1 file for "3D Maze"
- 3D_Maze.zip (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||239.07 kB (244,811 bytes)|
|File type||ZIP archive|
|Detection ratio||2/59 (3.39%) View report|
|Last downloaded||1 hour ago|
User reviews (15)
Every time I see the brown rat, I shake up. Is the brown rat a glitch or is it supposed to be there?
This was one of my faves from old school Windows, long before High Definition meant anything.
completely beautiful and fully functional. would recommend any of the screensavers on this site as theyre virus-free and functional
I'm still having the texture glitch problem even after disabling Fullscreen. I'm on Windows 10 with two monitors. I also thought I remembered there being a speed setting on the original screensaver. It moves very fast and it would be nice if I could slow it down a bit.
The best Windows maze for survive! Maze Win98!😃
Brick texture hadn't loaded so it was just the stone texture with sometimes brick
the windows screen saver is very good .
Sometimes the walls will glitch up and fuse with the ceiling unless changed to one of those color-changing fractal patterns. Also, if the brown rat is near one of those floating OpenGL logos, the logo itself can glitch and turn into a larger version of the brown rat for a brief period (less than a second) before turning back into its true form. Even with all of these glitches, it sure brings back memories!
I'm using windows 10, and I don't understand the Instructions
Didn't render properly at first but started working well after following the instructions!
Some issues with the maze settings.
It's pretty great, though there are some graphical glitches at least for Windows 7 - some textures for the start, special walls and objects, and the walls will glitch out in random ways. The most common one is the ceiling texture overlapping the wall textures, though you can bypass that with any of the animated psychedelic textures used for the ceiling. Regardless, it runs fine and provides a hefty amount of nostalgia for me along with the other classics. I love it.
It´s VERY buggy walls have same texture as roof
Screensavers Planet: Try disabling full-screen mode via the Settings panel, then slide the "Size" setting to "Max", as noted in the screensaver description above.
I remember this from the first computer I ever owned and loved following it. I think it's a great screen saver. I will rate this based on previous usage.