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Twin Moons HD
  • Developer: G5 Entertainment
  • Publisher: G5 Entertainment
  • Genre: Action
  • Release: Jul 17, 2013
  • ESRB: Not Set

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Collumns and rows number puzzle on door

This puzzle is composed of numbered tiles set along the top and left side of a square arrangement of rows and columns made of small decorative tiles. This is on a building across from the doctor's clinic in a courtyard with a tree and a pot next to the tree. (search the pot). It seems you are supposed to click the number of tiles to match the numbers on the sides and top. Gaps are allowed. Thought I got it right but the game doesn't think so. Has anyone solved this puzzle yet?

orange growler, Oct 5, 2013
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Answer from: Engel
It's just like Sudoku. There MUST be gaps between two different sets of tiles. So, if the row is 1 3, then there must be one tile and then 3 tiles at least one square away, or farther. It works fine, not very difficult.

Posted on: Oct 19, 2013

Answer from: Peter
I still don't get it

Posted on: Jan 22, 2014

Answer from: Jenn
I hope this helps you and anyone else.I'm with you and couldn't figure it out, so I skipped it and took a screen shot when I did, so I typed up the answer. obviously the numbers represent those tiles, and "G" means that tile needs to be green, and "R" means those tiles need to be blank (or red). I hope I made this as simple as possible for everyone.

1 1 1 2 5 1
2 3 4 3 6 1 1 6 4 1
4 3 G G G G R G G G R R
3 2 R R R G G G R G G R
1 2 2 R G R R G G R G G R
10 G G G G G G G G G G
6 2 G G G G G G R G G R
3 1 R R G G G R R G R R
1 2 R R G R G G R R R R

Posted on: Feb 5, 2014

Answer from: MelG
It's a bit like the sudoku puzzles but without numbers. Start by filling the bigger numbered columns/rows first, makes it a lot easier.

Posted on: Feb 1, 2015
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