Labyrinth of Failure by Chris Hackett and Eleanor Lovinsky
The old children’s game Labyrinth, writ large.
As in life, pitfalls lie on the one true path to your dreams. These “Fail Holes” each represent a different flavor of failure- like: Fail: Someone younger and cuter got the promotion; or Fail: You are just not good enough. Move to Portland. The ball falling into a fail hole rolls through a system of pipes back to the origin, each failure counts as a stroke. Successfully navigating the maze causes the ball to roll into the Pipe of Winning and the player wins.