I saw a few images of this Labyrinth Game on the Internet and decided to create my own wooden version. I used offcuts from previous projects so next to no investment in components aside from the steel ball. It is fairly straightforward to make, and I worked with a scale paper outline of the divisions. Each of the dividers is glued to the Baltic Birch base. A cherry frame surround both the bottom and the base with holes. The challenge is to ensure each of the dividers is oriented and spaced correctly so the ball flows well.
The Baltic Birch base is raised just enough for clearance of the steel ball as it returns to the right bottom opening. The goal is to start at the top left and meander the ball to the lower right-hand corner. The hole in the bottom right-hand corner does not allow the steel ball to drop down and marks the successful end of the game.