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Create your own magnetic game board!
Can you fit the 12 puzzle pieces on the game board? Start a new challenge in a snap, with no direction required! Just place the four magnetic grids together and start playing. Featuring an infinite number of challenges, can you solve them all? Quadrillion is the ultimate solitaire game for all ages, with big, sturdy puzzle pieces and endless variety.
123 steps/How to play:
1. Click the 4 magnetic grids together. Grids can be placed in any order, with any rotation, and with either side up.
2. Fit the 12 puzzle pieces on the game board you just created.
3. All challenges have at least one solution.
1. Snap the 4 magnetic grids together: Any of the configurations (see illustration on the left) with grids side by side are allowed. Grids can be placed in any order, with any rotation, and with either side up.
2. Fit the 12 puzzle pieces on the game board you just created:
- Puzzle pieces cannot be placed on top of the black or white dots (the covered spaces).
- All of the other open spaces on the grid need to be occupied by puzzle pieces for the challenge to be solved.
- Puzzle pieces can occupy open spaces on multiple grids.
3. All challenges have at least one solution. Some challenges have a few; other challenges have almost 100,000. That doesn’t mean that finding a single one is easy!
To get you started, this booklet features a selection of challenges from easy to extremely difficult. These challenges require you to set up a specific game board and place some puzzle pieces in a specific position. These particular challenges have just 1 possible solution, found at the end of this booklet.
- Creating game boards with the black and white dots close to the borders will result in easier challenges than boards with dots closer to the middle.
- Start by placing the bigger, more complex puzzle pieces first. Save the smaller puzzle pieces for last.
- Start by placing puzzle pieces on the hardest parts of the grid first, without creating narrow spaces on the game board that won’t fit larger pieces.
- Avoid creating isolated areas on the game board that won’t fit puzzle pieces with combinations of 3, 4 and/or 5 balls. For example, if you leave isolated parts of the game board with 1, 2, 6, 11 or 12 empty spaces, you will never be able to completely fill those spaces, even if you look at the game board from a quadrillion different angles!
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