5th to 7th try, somewhere in there. after the first success i had to do it a few more times again to get it again.....=Phail
i would say Si Te
everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?
I dived straight in, two grid locks, then realised the rule is: no two frogs the same next to each other except at ends. Did it without thinking after that.
This seems like my normal approach. I could get to the same information by thinking about it first, but playing around and seeing something in motion seems to be quicker. So I just dive in, fail a few times, then understand it.
I think I'm like this - I was kind of bored, so got right into it without thinking beforehand. i'm pretty sure I could ahve got it in one try had I thought about it, but decided to apply logic asap and got it in a few, after a small number of gridlocks
Yes, that was the purpose of the test. To find out how MANY tries it takes you to find the ONLY solution.
Well there are technically two solutions. I'm commenting more on the fact that every wrong move is obviously wrong. It doesn't' take more than thinking a single move ahead to solve. There is also never more than two possible moves.
Ne > Ti > Si >> Te > Se >> Fe > Fi > Ni