Fifteen Puzzle
Commodore 64

The Fifteen Puzzle evoked as much excitement during the last quarter of the nineteenth century as the Rubik’s Cube does now. The Fifteen Puzzle and the Rubik’s cube are very similar in principle. the Fifteen Puzzle consists of a 4×4 square with one position empty and you must put the numbers into numerical order. The puzzle was invented in 1878 by Englishman, Sam Lloyd. There are almost 21 trillion so enjoy!
Published in RUN 1985/04 (Issue #16), RUN Strategy Pack I.


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