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Curly's Puzzles
« on: February 12, 2012, 08:40:52 AM »

TitleLevel
Solution
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Solved
by Others
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The Towernabymuvimagegofysigmy first level
The Eastern Towervedozanimagelydiban
The Medieval Towerjamapimimagevihokukthou shalt not use magic
The Onslaught (counting dozers)cupyxohimagegokymen
Aerial Onslaught (counting crates)velusobimagebidynir (by Rene)
NO
To Hell and Backlucataximagetidazig or xibonyx
What Does It Do?dofodipimagecosacof (by jf)
NO
imageprime factors
What Does It Do Too?tyxycak (by Rene)
NO
NO
imageprime factors
The Dozermetyzubimagetaricod
The Advanced Dozer - EF Special Editionmyfogic
NO
NO
In the Drawing Room with the Bulldozerdocatudimagelikofam
Busydufukalimagesolution available on request
NO
Outsourcingnomezitimagesobicis
A Day at the Races - Pick the Winnerbozutypimagemyhigyx
A Day at the Races - 2 Horse Racefimigusimagenafumag
A Day at the Races - Scratchingsbokedelimagevulikub
A Day at the Races - Trifectadibugefimagemovahyt (by ais523) or vapigin (by jf)
NO
Choose Wiselylebefivimagemyvyner
Pivuborucimagesolution available on request
NO
Subtract IIIfynihuhimagenyvodic
Fjypudubimagenokonil
Double Chopcyhybulimagehydopyc (by jf)
NO
Double Chop IIdetoficimagemabacac (by Rene)
NO
Time Trialnecyxorimagerahamub
Time Trial IIdedipubimagepeculut
Time Trial IIIxigytyrimagezugeroz
Shelf Stackerkanubemimagerugygid or manubeb (by Rene)
Mimichahepotimagevigekob or hididuf (by Rene)
Mimic IIjalotusimagexynyzip
Mimic IIImabifekimagerokuvud


TitleLevel
Solution
Solved
by Me
Solved
by Others
Notes
OutOfMemoryErrorbilupibimagesugehul
Production Linevubyxigimagemyrygyn
How Oddgykegoximagesohazoz or gefarov (by ais523)
Even More Oddfecagyfimagerodupeg
The Cavernbecucenimagebacunig
Matching Bracketsrumyrudimagebarovob
Timberline Tributelapegybimagevufager or gykepun (by Rene)
Random Gatebeladabimagefabuhil or vuvegob (by Rene)
Unsortsodihetimagesolution available on request
NO
Extract and Jamsopuhymimagenigisyn
Extract and Jam IIdofacarimagegonezok
Logic Problemgorecopimagedebedid
Signal to Noise Ratiopivotisimagehogiror (by Rene)
NO
Snapsuzevyzimagetonesih
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Re: Curly's Puzzles
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2012, 03:13:45 AM »

For The Medieval Tower (jamapim): boxozeg
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« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2012, 03:30:08 AM »

For The Medieval Tower (jamapim): boxozeg

Cool :-)  I knew there'd be a much simpler solution than what I did.
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Re: Curly's Puzzles - latest: The Onslaught (a.k.a. Counting Dozers)
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2012, 08:58:05 AM »

Good puzzles.

For the Tower (nabymuv): ximyfyt
For the Eastern Tower (vedozan): hibynag
For the Medieval Tower (jamapim): bidavyk
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Re: Curly's Puzzles - latest: The Onslaught (a.k.a. Counting Dozers)
« Reply #4 on: February 13, 2012, 09:36:27 AM »

Good puzzles.

For the Tower (nabymuv): ximyfyt
For the Eastern Tower (vedozan): hibynag
For the Medieval Tower (jamapim): bidavyk


Cool solutions.  I especially like the little contraption for reordering them in hibynag.
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Re: Curly's Puzzles (latest: counting dozers/crates)
« Reply #5 on: February 13, 2012, 01:41:04 PM »

For The Tower (nabymuv): behehos
For Eastern Tower (vedozan): rubudeh
For Medieval Tower (jamapim): tenakir

Welcome to the forum, Curly, and these are great, original puzzles!

For The Onslaught (cupyxoh): nufesag
For Aerial Onslaught (velusob): bidynir
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« Reply #6 on: February 13, 2012, 10:30:37 PM »

For the Onslaught (cupyxoh): dibogac
For Aerial Onslaught (velusob): dohydem

Rene, I like that downhill "dozer lock" used on two of your tower solutions.
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Re: Curly's Puzzles (latest: counting dozers/crates)
« Reply #7 on: February 14, 2012, 04:40:59 AM »

Hmmm....I gave up on solving Aerial Onslaught and had to look at your solutions.  I kept running out of space in the top corner.  Some neat tricks in both of yours.  I have a lot to learn.
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Re: Curly's Puzzles (latest: counting dozers/crates)
« Reply #8 on: February 14, 2012, 11:03:16 AM »

To Hell and Back lucatax

My aim was to learn how to count without dozers.

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Re: Curly's Puzzles (latest: counting dozers/crates)
« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2012, 02:19:51 PM »

Hmmm....I gave up on solving Aerial Onslaught and had to look at your solutions.  I kept running out of space in the top corner.  Some neat tricks in both of yours.  I have a lot to learn.

There is no shame at all in that. Aerial Onslaught was a very tough puzzle. I tried and failed with a number of large constructions, before I found my compact solution.

For Hell and Back (lucatax): jirecyl (avoiding Hell alltogether) and xopebed (proper solution)
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« Reply #10 on: February 14, 2012, 08:09:35 PM »

For To Hell and Back (lucatax): pusirem (cheating, 10 ticks), and gydazid
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Re: Curly's Puzzles (latest: counting dozers/crates)
« Reply #11 on: February 14, 2012, 09:17:33 PM »

Hmmm....I gave up on solving Aerial Onslaught and had to look at your solutions.  I kept running out of space in the top corner.  Some neat tricks in both of yours.  I have a lot to learn.

I agree with Rene -- Aerial Onslaught was not so easy. I worked hard to get a compact solution to fit in the top corner, being a bit competitive and wanting to have a sleek and elegant look to the solution. In this case, I like Rene's solution a bit more than mine for its efficiency.

To Hell and Back was also a good puzzle. But, Rene and jnz, imageyou left your dozers baking in the heat! I suspected that the other solutions would do that. I wanted imagemy dozer to get back safely in the end. Just a bit competitive.  Wink

For To Hell and Back (lucatax): dytybeb.
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« Reply #12 on: February 15, 2012, 04:22:49 AM »

To Hell and Back was also a good puzzle. But, Rene and jnz, imageyou left your dozers baking in the heat! I suspected that the other solutions would do that. I wanted imagemy dozer to get back safely in the end. Just a bit competitive.  Wink

Or imageyou can keep the gates of hell closed as in tidazig.
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« Reply #13 on: February 15, 2012, 08:23:27 AM »

For The Onslaught (cupyxoh): honanyk
For Aerial Onslaught (velusob): nicupeb
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« Reply #14 on: February 15, 2012, 09:04:05 PM »

To Hell and Back was also a good puzzle. But, Rene and jnz, imageyou left your dozers baking in the heat! I suspected that the other solutions would do that. I wanted imagemy dozer to get back safely in the end. Just a bit competitive.  Wink

Or imageyou can keep the gates of hell closed as in tidazig.

Yes, very nice.
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