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By djb - uploaded on 2008-8-22      601 views (145 in the last 7 days)      3 votes (1 in the last 7 days)

Tags: game mouse with-source

A version of the fifteen puzzle where the tiles have to be rearranged to restore an image.
Click on a tile adjacent to the hole to move it.
Call the jumble() method of the world to randomize.
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A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Fri Aug 22 13:50:38 UTC 2008

mjrb4 writes (on 2008-8-22):

Really nice idea! I used to spend hours playing with these and never getting anywhere...

Now here's a challenge - how about a solve button? One that actually solves the puzzle by sliding the blocks so you can see what it's doing?

I might have a go at that myself actually when I'm next in the mood for a challenge...

djb writes (on 2008-8-23):

mjrb4: Thanks for the positive feedback. Greenfoot made this really easy to program. A Solve button is a nice idea but I will probably leave that to others. (On the other hand, there are some things it is hard to resit!

A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Tue Aug 26 13:02:09 UTC 2008

mik writes (on 2008-9-22):

I just spent ten minutes solving it (and I did!), and when I was done it just stopped... I had expected at least a fanfare, some flashing lights, and maybe some fireworks for my efforts!

Where's my reward?

djb writes (on 2008-9-22):

Your reward is that personal inner glow, and the chance to bring your friends and family around to see ...

... on the other hand, maybe I should add something that will bring the crowds in without your intervention. :)

A new version of this scenario was uploaded on Mon Sep 22 09:44:34 UTC 2008

djb writes (on 2008-9-22):

Ok, sound added, so mik will have to take another 10 minutes to hear what it sounds like. :)

mik writes (on 2008-9-22):

A fanfare and applause! Who could ask for more...

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