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Macromedia® Flash™ MX ActionScript for Fun & Games by Gary Rosenzweig

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Chapter 14. Brain Puzzles

Brain Puzzles

The sliding puzzle and the matching game from the last chapter are both thinking puzzles. The player is not timed, but is given every opportunity to examine the problem at hand and solve the puzzle. Let’s look at some more of these brain puzzles.

This chapter shows you four classics. In the first game, the player is asked to memorize a sequence and repeat it. In the next game, the player must deduce the items in a short sequence, given hints after each guess. Then, in the third game, the player jumps pegs to eliminate them until he has only one peg left. In the last game, the player ...

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