Anza Power

06-19-2009, 13:53:38

Hey guys, didn't know where to post it, please move it to the right forum if it doesn't belong here...

I need some help with something, while working on a level for my upcoming Javascript Riddle, I made a level which I'm not so sure of the logic behind it, basically it's like a 15-Slider, except it's not a 4x4 square, umm here check it out yourself:

http://www.freewebs.com/anzapower/Temp/8%20Slider.htm

Now, it's obvious that without the center cell (button) there's nothing you can do but spin all the numbers around, so the center cell is the key, but how do you exactly use it? the objective is to arrange the numbers (press the "Level 1" button twice to see a hint of the objective) now as I said the center cell is the key, you can put any number you want in it, spin around the other numbers as much as you like then put it where it belongs, but here's the problem, when you put it in it's place (as in take the number out of the center button) there's only 1 button which you'd have to put into the center cell, even if it's already arranged you don't have a choice of what button to put into the center cell after you've already put one out...

Play around with the thing and try to arrange them and as soon as you arrange the first 6 numbers, you'll see what I mean...

Is this riddle possible? or is it like a full Rubix Cube which is possible but very hard? if you can solve it, please explain the logic behind it, if you can't, then it's back to the drawing board...

I need some help with something, while working on a level for my upcoming Javascript Riddle, I made a level which I'm not so sure of the logic behind it, basically it's like a 15-Slider, except it's not a 4x4 square, umm here check it out yourself:

http://www.freewebs.com/anzapower/Temp/8%20Slider.htm

Now, it's obvious that without the center cell (button) there's nothing you can do but spin all the numbers around, so the center cell is the key, but how do you exactly use it? the objective is to arrange the numbers (press the "Level 1" button twice to see a hint of the objective) now as I said the center cell is the key, you can put any number you want in it, spin around the other numbers as much as you like then put it where it belongs, but here's the problem, when you put it in it's place (as in take the number out of the center button) there's only 1 button which you'd have to put into the center cell, even if it's already arranged you don't have a choice of what button to put into the center cell after you've already put one out...

Play around with the thing and try to arrange them and as soon as you arrange the first 6 numbers, you'll see what I mean...

Is this riddle possible? or is it like a full Rubix Cube which is possible but very hard? if you can solve it, please explain the logic behind it, if you can't, then it's back to the drawing board...