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Good addition to original levels. Also, design nicer. Did this on my Kindle with no undo. Remind me never to try that again!
Noticed a link to a "hard" mode version, so of course I started in, still playing on my Kindle. Not too bad until I hit level 12. Took two days to do levels 12 and 14, having to restart after every mistake, plus the occasional accidental screen swipe. If there's a way to access the keyboard in full screen mode on a Kindle Fire, someone please tell me! However, another nice set of seq-o puzzles. Thanks to Marcos.
How did you get past hard level 11? The 4 is stuck between the walls and I can't figure it out how to get it... breaking my mind on this one :-) Cool game, kept me busy :-D
Level 11, hard version: You have to raise the "4" out of its slot with "1-2-3" combined (in a row); then slide the "5" over. Good luck. Wait till you tackle level 12!
Thank you, that worked! But oh my god, level 12... give me a few days :-D
Yessss, did it. Level 12 Hard in 1h15. Awesome game... :-)
I think it's level 11 (not Hard) that I'm stuck on - + for background and X for wall -+++++++4+XX1+2(under 1)+3+++X++++I'm sure I have to start by moving 2, not 3, but after that I think I've tried everything and no dice.
I was wrong, that was level 10 and I solved it eventually. Now I've run out of time, so level 11 will have to wait.
I'd appreciate some help with (original) Level 11, the one that has 1-5-3-2-4 in a diagonal line. Everything I've tried ends up either with the 5 in a hole at the left and the 4 stuck on the right, or everything stuck in various corners.
@Unknown above: for normal level 11, first go left to get the 5 and 1 set up, then head right to put the 2 and 3 together. Lastly you push the 4 from right to left to join everything.Here are the sequences for normal levels 9-11 because they gave me the most trouble:***SPOILER***Normal 9:R D R3 U L D L2 U RD2 U R2 D L D2 L U RU2 L R D2 L U2 R2 U L2Normal 10:R U2 D2 L U L U D R2 U LU2 L3 D R U R2 D U L2 DR U R D L D2 R2 L2 U2 R D2Normal 11:L U L U2 L D L D R D R UR D R2 D R D L D L U RU2 L D L U R2 D3 L U2 R U L3:-D
Thanks a lot, Joel! Now I'm halfway through Hard Mode (at the point where it actually gets hard imo), and I'll have to leave it till I've got a lot more time.
Started hard the other day and got stuck on level 9. But just figured it out- they always look simple afterwards, lol. Here are the moves in a better format if anyone needs them:***SPOLIER***Key: n[j](f) DIR sss, DIR sss, ...n = block number you push[j] = blocks joined to n(a) = free blocks that also moveDIR = direction you push, U D L or Rsss = number of spaces you pushHard 9:3(1) D one4(2) D one4 L two, R one, U two3 R one1 D one3 U two, R two3 L two4 D two4 D one, L one, D one:-)
Is there anyone who has solved level 14? It's been driving me crazy for days now... I suppose you need to make a combination of 4-3-2 and then 1 on top of 2 to liberate the 4 from between the walls, but I cannot get the 3 and the 1 past the 2 at the same time... What a game :-)
Hard level 14: Construct the 3-2-1 "L" as high up as possible.
Yeah this was a fun puzzle game! Came back tonight and finished up the hard levels- 12 and 14 were tricky. Sequences for those if anyone needs them:***SPOILERS***Key: push # [joined to #'s] (that also moves #'s) THIS DIR. this far, THIS DIR. this far, ...Hard 12:3 U one4 L four1 D one4 R one4(1) R one4 U one1 R one4 D one3 D one, R one, U one4 L two3 D one, R one, D one, R one4 R one, U two1(3) L three1 D one3 R two4 D two4 U one1 L one, U twoHard 14:5 D two, L one2 R one3(51) U one1 L one5(3) D one2 D three1 R one, U two, L one2 U three3(5) U two5 L one3 D two2 D three5 R two, U one2 U one, L one, U one, L one3 U one5 D four, L one2 R two, U one5(3) U two3 L one5 D two2 D three3 R one, U one, L one1 R one2 U one, L one, U two3 D one1 L one1 R one2 U one5 U three, L twoOh Snap!
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