iPad Jabeh

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  1. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

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    I couldn't find a standalone thread.

    I finally "Got" Jabeh (both meanings, lol). It's a great puzzle game! iTunes is acting up so no link. But highly recommended! Pricey at $5 but tons of content. 20 minutes went by quickly!
     
  2. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    i jsut got it also its a great game. just one question when you select new game can you get a puzzle that you already finished? cuz somtimes i get the feelingg i already completed the puzzle...
     
  3. markx2

    markx2 Well-Known Member

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    I too sometimes think I have completed a certain puzzle.
    But it is a very polished game and in that respect other games could learn from it.
     
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  5. markx2

    markx2 Well-Known Member

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    Sodoku Shinro: background is too busy, cannot sweep finger, too small.

    MoShinRo: Not sure about fonts and has been said elsewhere not being able to mark empty squares is bad.

    Shinro Mines: Not played but backgrounds look busy again, why a mines theme? If there was a Lite version I'd try and mybe buy. But right now no.
     
  6. Misguided

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    Woohoo! And to think, you doubted us :D
     
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  8. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    im so hooked on it right now :p
     
  9. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    so how do you go on with a puzzle like this without guessing or ussing hint
     

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  10. Muzzle

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    Cross out tiles where you know a stone can't be. For starters, the first two rows contain only 2 stones, and there are 2 arrows pointing into those two rows, so you know there are only 4 possible places those 2 stones can be; cross out the rest of the tiles in those two rows. Same with the last two columns: 2 stones, with 2 arrows pointing to 4 possible tiles in those two columns.
     
  11. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

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    #11 GatorDeb, Mar 20, 2009
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    How would you start solving this one? (Medium)


    I can do easy every time, but not medium :(

    Nevermind I took your advice above and it worked for this one also :D There were two arrows point to 4 spots on he rightmost columns, so I X'd out everything but those four, and the rest was a piece of cake!
     
  12. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    #12 Tharob, Mar 20, 2009
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    but there can also be stones where no arrows point. so you cant cross anything out.

    nvm. i just got what you said :p
     
  13. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

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    I know, but in my pic, look at the two rightmost columns. There are wo arrows on the third column from the right. So on those two rightmost columns, each stone can only go in one of two places. You don't know where, but they have to be in one of those two places. X everyhing else out in those rightmost columns and go from there.
     
  14. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    thx a lot just finished it :D

    its like picross you have to learn some technique :p
     
  15. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    OMG just got exacly the same puzzle!! ;)
     
  16. Muzzle

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    yeah deducing where stones CAN'T be is like 95% of the work on hard. The trick is to look at areas of the board to see if the number of arrows pointing into a certain area match the number of stones that are in that area (while being mindful of overlapping since two arrows can be pointing to the same stone).
     
  17. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

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    #17 GatorDeb, Mar 20, 2009
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    Ok, how about this one :p

    Argh just noticed my phone # is visible... will cut that out later.
     
  18. Tharob

    Tharob Well-Known Member

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    yeah i had that one to. dont remember how i cleared it though
     
  19. Master Shake

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    Well you know two have to be in the upper left (that 4 square section) so you can eliminate the rest of those two rows. That should get you started.
     
  20. GatorDeb

    GatorDeb Well-Known Member

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    #20 GatorDeb, Mar 20, 2009
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    Thanks! :)

    Edit: GatorDeb's 1000th post in about one month!! Woot woot!
     

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