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    Default Logic Puzzle

    Here is a link to a game: Frog Leap | I Am Bored

    When you have completed the game, post how many tries it took you to complete it.

    I am mainly looking for Ti vs. Te and the Thinking vs. Feeling cluster.

    Good Luck
    Ti=Ni>Ne>Te>Si>Fi>Fe=Se

    Neutral>Neutral Good>Neutral Evil

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    Pretty easy, got it straight away (feeling with Te).

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    One try, as extraverted feeling with sensing.

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    Oh boohoo smarty-pants all around, it took me about five tries.

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    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.
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    I did it by manipulating the flash application to skip to the little Portuguese "Parabéns!" message, which signifies that I got to the end

    because logic puzzles are stupid and I wanted to beat it without having to do all of that crap

    :workout:

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    Third try for me.

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    Third try too. My process was similar to Noigm's. Dive in, derive the rule, then execute.



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    Frog fail. I tried three times and quit. Stupid bastard frogs. But look, these frogs ^^ very cute!

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    Took me some tries.
    Succeeded more because of luck rather than understanding what the rule was.
    "It might seem like you've got me where you want me and my game is up, but luck is a funny thing. I hope you know how to laugh, because things are about to get really funny."

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