Square Spin History: #1>#2
This puzzle introduces two new square types:
Unmovable squares (Un)
Replaceable squares (Re)
Plus the concept of ambiguity!
Ambiguity of squares
Certain square types are defined as being ambiguous. When a square type is ambiguous, it can only be seen in the initial image of the problem! This does not mean that it only exists for the first move, ambiguous squares exist throughout the whole problem! Ambiguous squares will appear to be regular coloured squares in the desired image.
These squares contain a cross and they prohibit all moves that end up displacing it from its position.
This type of square contains a circle and it has a fairly complicated condition attached to it. It prohibits all moves that don't replace it with the same colour of square when the move changes its position upon completion. Oh, and this square type is ambiguous!
Recap of Previous Rules
- Basic rules from #1
Problem #2: Climb the Mountain!
Two mountain climbers scaled a tall and dangerous rocky mountain using teamwork and wits. They had set up a camera to take photos of the climb at regular intervals however, the camera corrupted all of the photos except for two. Luckily the two photos had caught the start and end of their journey. Can you figure out what happened along their journey? Get a 7x7 grid to work with here or alternatively get a 7x14 grid here