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Object: Place all strips on the board.[more]
At the start you are faced with an empty board. Click the "new challenge" checkbox to create a randomized setup. A set of colored strips appear. You have to place them on the board, half of them horizontally and half of them vertically.
To place a strip, click the arrow at a strip, then click one of the arrows on the board. Depending on which target arrow you click, your strip might get placed inverted.
Where two strips cross, the colors must match.
You win once you've managed to place all the strips.[less]
Contributed by: Karl Scherer (March 2010)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA
You can select the board size and the number of colors used.
Removing a Strip
Click the arrow of a placed strip to remove it from the board. The strip will be placed by the system outside the board again, at an empty position and as far left as possible.
The "select" Buttons
The "select" buttons allow you to go back one move, forward one move, all the way back to the scrambled start, or forward to the last move played.
The "new challenge" Checkbox
You can click the "new challenge" checkbox at any time.
The "reset" Checkbox
Click it to restore the original setup,
The Crisscross Puzzle was first published by the same author as a Zillions game.
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: March 5 2010