In a games' description I found the following sentence:
In this game, you will find mazes within mazes: your route to the screen determining the route you trace across it.
This is a puzzle game where players come across hundreds of puzzles on an island. I am not sure about the purpose of the prepositions "to" and "across" in the part "your route to the screen determining the route you trace across it." I must be missing a very basic concept of the given game. Unfortunately, I cannot share more details due to confidentiality issues.