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  • Puzzle Room Escape 44

    Test your intelligence and escape from the puzzle room by solving the puzzles. Good luck!

    Play Here

    Please use spoilers for hints and walkthroughs:
    [spoiler=Title Here]Enter text here...[/spoiler]

    Please do not post a video walkthrough for 7 days.



  • #2
    in left one, how to remove tiles?
    in middle one,?
    in right one, I never was any good at this game

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MSmiss View Post
      in left one, how to remove tiles?
      in middle one,?
      in right one, I never was any good at this game
      I think this could be done by starting up (with keyboard arrows keys) but this is the only direction you cannot take !
      POP ? Ahhhhhhhhh !!!! Made it
      Last edited by Dmike92; 12-28-2010, 00:07:08.
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      Game4 (Chez moi) now available (Demo tab).

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      • #4
        thx Dmike got that still clueless on the other two

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        • #5
          The middle one is mathematically impossible to solve. At the corners of the inner box, those four points have five "branches" each. Anytime you draw a line through a point, it will use two branches: one incoming and one outgoing. So after you draw two lines through each of those points, each one has a single branch left, which means you can't draw a line through any of the points anymore. All you can do is draw a line connecting two points - except you have four points to connect. It's like trying to draw an X or parallel lines without taking your pencil off the paper. No matter what you do, the absolute best you can hope for is to wind up with a drawing one line short of completion.

          So the moral of the story, I guess, is don't bother playing this game because it is unwinnable.

          Another moral is test your games and don't put quantity ahead of quality.

          Oh, and this is one of the only times I have ever used graph theory outside the classroom. So maybe the third moral is stay in school, kids?

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