With the addition of Adventure Mode, monster eggs, tripwires, and other new toys, I've taken a serious new interest in creating Adventure Maps. While playtesting my map so far, I turned a corner to find Minecraft's most famous enemy threatening to blow up the nice everything I just created. Once he had done his worst, I was disappointed to find he had done some serious damage to the redstone wiring I created for a door maze.
Since then, I've been struggling to find a way to keep Creepers from destroying my puzzles. So far, I've tried to light spaces more thoroughly and use dispensers packed with monster eggs to try and prevent the random creeper from showing up and destroying a puzzle. Has anyone else encountered this problem? If so, what solutions have to found to create a mob-filled adventure map that doesn't get destroyed by this menace?