Amazing is an adjective. When used to describe a person or one of the higher lifeforms, such as a mouse, or one of the lower lifeforms, such as a garden slug with a terminal disease, amazing means that that person or other life form spends a lot of time trying—sometimes succeeding, often failing—to negotiate mazes.
When used to describe an inanimate object, amazing is being misused because inanimate objects find it next to impossible to negotiate mazes. The speaker is, thus, an imbecile and can be safely ignored.
Amazing people obviously have way too much time on their hands and should try to break their addictions to negotiating mazes. Getting a job might be a suitable alternative for some of them.