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The 20 Line Challenge / The Tower of Hanoi

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Dmitry K
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Posted: 2nd Apr 2003 19:20 Edited at: 2nd Apr 2003 19:30
The Tower of Hanoi.


There are three poles one of which contains threaded disks sorted from the biggest one at the bottom to the smallest on at the top. You can take disks from one pole and put them on another one, but you can lift only one disk at a time, and only smaller disk on the top of the bigger.

So, the goal of the Tower of Hanoi game is to remove disks from the central pole and collect them at another empty poles.



Easy to understand version.


DBPro only.

rockfistus
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Posted: 3rd Apr 2003 22:38
I've played that stupid game on the commodore 64 in the 80's, You really think I'm gonna download it? nice try though.

D Man
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Posted: 3rd Apr 2003 23:11
Thats hard !
Time to write a little solve program .

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make it look good."
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Rob K
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Posted: 4th Apr 2003 03:49
"I've played that stupid game on the commodore 64 in the 80's, You really think I'm gonna download it? nice try though."

Ahem! - That was very rude an completely uncalled for. Seeing as you are a noob on the forum, I suggest that you learn some manners.

Anyhow, the point is not the game but the fact that he managed to write it in FOUR lines!

Show us a better game with only 4 lines then you can have your say.

For a 20 liner, the graphics are surprisingly good.

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PiratSS
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Posted: 4th Apr 2003 04:51
Hw was just kidding Rob!

Cheers.

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rockfistus
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Posted: 5th Apr 2003 03:39
Yeah I was kidding bonehead, don't be such a defensive weeny. I am a noob to nothing.

rockfistus
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Posted: 5th Apr 2003 03:43
Oh yeah, I'm not here to make 4 line games, try 20,000

Rob K
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Posted: 5th Apr 2003 13:07
"I am a noob to nothing."

Erm... you registered on this forum just a few days ago

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rockfistus
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Posted: 5th Apr 2003 20:11
Well I don't want this to turn into a flame forum, I was joking with dMitros, you mis-understood my intentions so screw it.

The Darthster
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Posted: 5th Apr 2003 23:41
Rockfistus, could you make your jokes a little more obvious, at the moment they seem like flames. Nothing you've said is funny, most of it is actually offensive, and the only decent thing was 'nice try though'.

Is that using the new 25 command rule? No wonder you fitted it into 4 lines, lol! Good game though. I do like the mouse object selection. You have 10 discs, so is the minimum number of moves needed 1023?

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now, I am the Master.
Eponick
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Posted: 6th Apr 2003 05:34
Isnt the max 5 commands per line?

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