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Link to a video of a the puzzle

What is this puzzle called, and if possible, what is the logic behind it?

Clicking a square inverts the state of the square and the ones directly adjacent to it, and the goal is to get all the squares in a 'On' state.

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  • $\begingroup$ My youtube channel is hosting the video, but I've changed never the less. $\endgroup$ – Questwalker Apr 18 at 17:07
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Found The Answer. Its called a lights out puzzle

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    $\begingroup$ We even have the lights-out tag for this kind of puzzle, which I've just added to the question. $\endgroup$ – Jaap Scherphuis Apr 18 at 5:49
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    $\begingroup$ doesn't seem like that tag is on any questions related to the actual puzzle $\endgroup$ – Questwalker Apr 18 at 17:02
  • $\begingroup$ Or it's called "linear algebra over $\Bbb F_2$". $\endgroup$ – WhatsUp Apr 19 at 1:19
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It's called a tile flipping puzzle. Each side of a tile is of one of two colors. The goal is to flip tiles until they're all of the same color. Rules for flipping tiles vary from game to game. Here, it's the selected tile and its neighbors, but it can also be the selected tile and all the other tiles in its row and in its column.

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