DescriptionFull Board is a puzzle game based on an idea by Erich Friedman. On a square board there are empty fields and some stones. The goal is to fill all fields with a connection line. If you select a field, a line from the last selected spot to the next wall or stone in the direction of the selected field is drawn. The connection line cannot cross itself, and fields covered by the line can also be used for blocking on further line drawings. The starting point (first selected field) can be chosen freely, which is very important to solve the puzzles.
There are nine levels with different sized board and increasing difficulty. There is no time limit and you can always restart the level to try another route.
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Original puzzle idea and designThe original idea of the game is by Erich Friedman and released with example board positions and their solutions in 2004 as Full House Puzzles. The puzzle is part of the puzzle collection of the Mathematician from Stetson University.
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- Archived version of the game (Last playable version (2008) of the game on archive.org)