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Comments and Results for 'Hanjie tricky 1: Scuttle away'

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UnplayedHanjieHanjie tricky 1: Scuttle away12x123258:45Mild (262)--
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Completed by317 users
Best time without any aid3:24 by Nicci190
Best time with show wrong
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2:42 by xxxxxx
Average solve time with no or minor aid6:12
Average solve time with no aid6:12
Average difficulty rating - all players3.7/10.0
Average difficulty rating - no aid2.3/10.0
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Posted 23rd Dec 2007 at 02:32
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber Rated puzzle: Moderate Completion time: 5:14 Used 'show wrong moves'
By popular demand, the player will now pad any 4x4 grids to 5x5, adding blank rows and columns as needed. I have defaulted this ON for all users. You can go to 'edit user' and turn it off if you prefer it as it was, with 4x4 grid lines where appropriate.

If you have an existing save game for a Hanjie puzzle then the change will not apply to that saved puzzle until you complete it (otherwise the save file would not match the puzzle).

Posted 6th Jan 2011 at 09:07
detta Daily subscriber Rated puzzle: Hard Completion time: 17:48 Used 'show wrong moves'
Just adding a comment here since I cannot add it elsewhere. I paid for a subscription to 5th January - which means I paid for the puzzles on 5th January. It seems a bit unfair that I cannot play any of the puzzles that I already paid for.
I realise that the site is very good value but if I buy another yearly subscription I will spend even more time on it and less doing what I'm supposed to be doing!

Thanks for the fun


Posted 6th Jan 2011 at 12:02
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber Rated puzzle: Moderate Completion time: 5:14 Used 'show wrong moves'
Hi Detta,
Just to clarify for anyone else reading, access to these Hanjie puzzles will never expire - Detta is referring to the separate daily puzzles subscription.

To answer the question, the daily puzzles subscription gives you access to these puzzles for one year and a day, and then once that year and a day is up you lose access if you don't renew your subscription. In other words it doesn't give you in perpetuity access to the 1,500 puzzles published during your subscription, but rather access for a year and a day.

In any case to apologise for the confusion I have extended your subscription for a week, which should give you time to play the final day's puzzles.

Gareth, puzzlemix

Posted 15th Jun 2011 at 23:05
TinkerBelle Rated puzzle: Moderate Best completion time: 4:07 Time on first attempt: 41:51 Used 'show wrong moves' Used 'check puzzle' when incorrect
Not as easy as I first thought :-)
Posted 31st Dec 2011 at 11:00
vcrad53 Rated puzzle: Moderate Best completion time: 9:03 Time on first attempt: 11:29 Used 'show wrong moves' Used 'check puzzle' when incorrect
harder than it looks.
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