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Get four disks in a row (horizontally or vertically). You control the little man, who always slides (in the four main directions) until he hits a box or the boundary.[more]
If he stops at a disk that has an empty space behind it, the disk is shifted to this empty space. Here is the tricky part: you have to change direction by 90 degrees after each move.
If you get stuck in a corner and you do not have a move to play, you lose.
Control "back" lets you undo any number of moves.[less]
Contributed by: Karl Scherer (March 2014)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA
There are 24 challenges with fixed setups.
Once you have solved a Carramba puzzle, try to use fewer moves next time.
The length of the shortest known solution is shown at the left border. Can you beat it?
This game was published previously as the Zillions game "Carramba" by the same author.
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: March 28 2014