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Man In The Maze

Man in the Maze stickers

Man in the Maze stickers

Man In The Maze

by Gary Grass
Man In The Maze
Man In The Maze
Man In The Maze

What is it about?

Man in the Maze stickers. Features 12 static (non-moving) color stickers of the man in the maze. There are also three animated images which blink fast like a strobe. One of those is in black and white and the others are in color. The man is the mischievous creator god who resides in a cave below the peak of Baboquivari Mountain. In English he is most ofter referred to as Elder Brother. He sits at the door to his home shaped like a labyrinth. You will find the Man in the Maze in all kinds of artwork including baskets, jewelry, pottery, tattoos, and now stickers.

Man In The Maze

Man In The Maze has stickers

like these

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App Details

Version
1.0.2
Rating
NA
Size
2Mb
Genre
Stickers Emoji & Expressions
Last updated
November 1, 2017
Release date
September 14, 2017
More info

App Store Description

Man in the Maze stickers. Features 12 static (non-moving) color stickers of the man in the maze. There are also three animated images which blink fast like a strobe. One of those is in black and white and the others are in color. The man is the mischievous creator god who resides in a cave below the peak of Baboquivari Mountain. In English he is most ofter referred to as Elder Brother. He sits at the door to his home shaped like a labyrinth. You will find the Man in the Maze in all kinds of artwork including baskets, jewelry, pottery, tattoos, and now stickers.