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August 3, 1988 | TODD J. GILLMAN, Times Staff Writer
The latest import from Japan hit Northern California on Tuesday, but this is no high-tech competitor for Silicon Valley. From the land of small cars, computer chips and Godzilla comes WOOZ, the human maze. Hoping to expand a fad that has seen more than 100 maze amusement parks built in Japan since 1984, Sun Creative System Inc. opened a three-maze complex in Vacaville, about halfway between San Francisco and Sacramento on Interstate 80.
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August 3, 1988 | TODD J. GILLMAN, Times Staff Writer
The latest import from Japan hit Northern California on Tuesday, but this is no high-tech competitor for Silicon Valley. From the land of small cars, computer chips and Godzilla comes WOOZ, the human maze. Hoping to expand a fad that has seen more than 100 maze amusement parks built in Japan since 1984, Sun Creative System Inc. opened a three-maze complex in Vacaville, about halfway between San Francisco and Sacramento on Interstate 80.
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May 6, 1990 | DAVID HALDANE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The 25 contestants were poised and ready to go when one wondered aloud: "Do you think it's better to take the stations in order or just as they come?" "I'm going to get through however I can," confided another. When the starting signal sounded, the racers stampeded through the gates. At first, all was confusion, with dozens of feet pounding the pavement in a dead run. Then the sound of the hoofing receded into the zig-zagging corridors of the gigantic, wooden-fence maze.
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