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Visit all 64 board positions. Rotating doors complicate the task.[more]
To start, click a green dot to drop the Man onto the board. Then, click the end of a corridor to move him.
When the Man lands on a green dot, it disappears.
When the Man bumps into a door, the doors at this pivot (brown circle) turn 90 degrees.[less]
Contributed by: Karl Scherer (March 2014)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA
The board contains many circular pivotal centers of revolving doors that have up to four doors attached to each of them.
If the Man bumps into a door, all doors attached to the pivot rotate by 90 degrees, either clockwise or anticlockwise, depending on how the door was pushed. Therefore, the board setup is continually redesigned with each move.
Wherever the Man goes, the tiny green dots at his position disappear. You win if you have captured all green dots on the board. The number of remaining dots (unvisited board positions) is shown at the left border.
You lose if you are stalemated.
Click the box by "go back" to undo the last move.
Check the box by "reset" to start again with the same setup.
Challenge 4 shows a randomized setup.
If you would like a different random setup, select one of the challenges 1, 2, or 3 first and then select challenge 4 again.
This game was originally published as the Zillions game "Doors" by the same author.
Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Published: March 26 2014