ll find it. Actually if you cant wait look up Bricks by Andreas Rottler. I just looked up the link to Bricks homepage: klotski.ZIP
This is an ancient Polish puzzel game that was included in a free games disk by Verbatim. After Rubik's cube I enjoyed the most difficult puzzel Sunshine which I now have under 1850 steps in a Windows Recorder file for both Win 3.x and Win 95. I challenge anyone to improve on my solution by more than 10 steps. It is included in the file aji001.zip. Such bravado! My new Klotski page will show how silly my challenge was. Just click on this Klotski icon to go there:
A bone is thrown over the fence from a dog. The dog tries to get to the bone by penetrating the fence which fails. All the dog needed to do was to go away from the goal to an opening in the fence to get to the other side and then the bone. However he failed since what appeared to her was the shortest way to the bone only yielded [sic? i before e except after c?] failure. My approach to Sunshine was to increase the degrees of freedom by moving 2 of the large squarges diagonally opposite. However there is a way to get through those squares by 'going through the fence!'
Klotski is now available as freeware from Surf Madison but I don't have time to retrieve the link but a Yahoo! search will find it. Actually if you cant wait look up Bricks by Andreas Rottler. I just looked up the link to Bricks homepage: Bricks Game Home Page www.bricks-game.de www.rottus.de
This is a better way to play Klotski puzzels that tracks your moves!
I decided to put Klotski on its own page. Just click on this Klotski icon to go there: