Theseus king of Athens, emulated Heracles.
His most notable feat was slaying the Cretan Minotaur.
That monster; half man, half bull, to whom the Athenians were required to sacrifice seven youths and seven maidens each year. With the aid of a magic spool of thread, Theseus found his precarious way into the labyrinth where the Minotaur was kept, dispatched him, and then wound his way out again.
Can you replicate Theseus' feat?
Fight your way through this labyrinth, dispatching those you encounter. Bonuses are collected by obtaining a row or column between the thick lines and are equal to
one-half number of territories in the section (rounded down).