>>7357

The picture says TWO can fit and the puzzle you're ripping off from Professor Layton states that as well and is instead a turn limit puzzle. But whatever, I'll play your stupid walfas create.swf game with the assumption "one has to go on the boat at a time".

By the parameters given the only first move possible is to move 1 sado over.

2 sado 3 maso - 1 sado

Let us now consider all possible moves from this point, as moving the sado back now would be pointless there are only two. Moving over 1 sado:

1 sado 3 maso - 2 sado

Continuing this train of thought moving over the third sado will result in making moving the a maso over impossible without sending some sados back, and as such is a waste of turns. Therefore only a maso can be moved over.

2 maso 1 sado - 2 sado 1 maso

However 1 sado must be moved back immediately to keep balances in check.

2 maso 2 sado - 1 sado 1 maso

Which was the other potential option from earlier. You will note that all options available have been utilized to this point. Moving anything from the left to the right will result in a side becoming unbalanced. Moving anything from the right to the left will either result in an imbalance or revert to an earlier step.

Therefore the puzzle as defined is not completable.

Last edited 10/08/24(Tue)08:14.