• Instructions

    • Objective
      Exchange the blue rectangle with the free space (bottom-right)
      Puzzle’s objective status
    • How to play
      Drag each piece to move. Quite easy to understand what to do, not so easy to solve it! Minimum number of movements required: 226.
    • Best scoring
      The less movements, the better the results.
  • Credits

    • Info

      Neil's Monster v. 1.0

      Capture of the brain teaser Neil's Monster

      Brain and Puzzle

      0 (Free)

      Chrome, Internet Explorer 9+, Firefox, Safari, Opera

    • License
      Creative Commons License Icon
    • Original idea
      Neil Bickford, computational mathematician, creator of solvers and computer generated puzzles. This puzzle is an online version (reproduced with permission) of one of his creations.
    • Notes
      According to Neil, this is the second hardest simple³ SBP puzzle.
    • Author(s)
    • Programmer(s)
      Edgar Güeto
    • Designer(s)
      Edgar Güeto
    • Graphics
    • Sound
    • Translation
      Catherine S.
    • Components
      Pixijs, puzzlopiajs
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