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January 08, 2020

memory push [browser]

The past is in the future in Memory Push, the latest puzzlescript puzzler by Lucas Le Slo, so push carefully because these blocks have a memory. (Z key to undo a move, R key to restart a level)

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Me no likey

Stage name said...

Not as pretty as Flockoban, but nearly as challenging in only 9 levels. Thanx yet again, Le Slo. When I get out of bed in the middle of the night because I think I've solved a level, that's when I know I'm into a good puzzle game. Probably unhelpful, cryptic hint for level 9 -- Remember, "X" marks the spot.

Anonymous said...

Anyone willing to give another hint on level 9 (or maybe just a hint on how to interpret the first hint)?

Stage name said...

The X flashes when two blocks can't move. To solve level 9 you need to get two blocks frozen in position so you can move the third block out of the way. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

Whew, finally got it. I was having real trouble envisioning how it would end so I wasn't sure what I was trying to do, but I eventually got there. Great little set of puzzles.

Unknown said...

I'm stuck already on level 3. I can see where I'd get one free move at a time by having one going up and down, but I need two moves to get the other one onto the middle row and going the right way. I've got a long way into earlier Le Slo games before needing help, but I think this one isn't for me.

Stage name said...

Levels 3 and 9 are the toughest, with levels 6 (sneaky) and 8 (easy to see hard to accomplish) close behind. For level 3 you want one square heading east towards the targets when you push the other one down (or up) behind it. Then, when you push one square up (or down) into the righthand target, the other square is already in place and won't move. Good luck.

Unknown said...

@Stage name,

I thought I'd worked out how to get into position to do the move you describe, but there isn't room, given that I can't stop a piece by pushing it against one that's already stopped, and once one is heading east towards the targets, it'll get there on the next move.

Stage name said...

Unknown,you need to freeze one block one space to the right of its start position. With the second block on line with and headed for the targets, when you push the frozen block behind it, the second block will move onto the left target. Then push the first block east, then the second block north or south. Now the first block has moved east onto the left target. Finally push the second block onto the right target.

Unknown said...

Ah, it was the first part of that I wasn't getting. That did it for level 3, but now I'm stuck on level 5: the last one is always one too far back. Is there something obvious I'm missing?

Stage name said...

For lvl 5: Move left block under middle block; push right block down one, then up two, right one and left one. Now start the conga line to the targets.

Unknown said...

Thanks, Stage name. I've now reached level 8, which I thought I'd worked out a solution to, but there isn't quite enough space to the left. I'll have to work backwards by drawing on a screenshot.

 

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