Lucas's Problem (Windows 3.x)

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Lucas's Puzzle was invented by Édouard Lucas, a French mathematician in the late 19th century.

You are given a board with two sets of colored pieces. The goal is to reverse them. The pieces can be moved only toward the opposite side of the board and can only move a single space, or jump a single piece of the opposite color.


Lucas's Problem Windows 3.x Main screen
Lucas's Problem Windows 3.x The completed game: 24 moves are required.

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  • "Lucas's Puzzle" -- Documentation title

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  • Novel Theory (The author's web site, including a download of Lucas's Problem and a newer web-based implementation.)
Riamus (8520) added Lucas's Problem (Windows 3.x) on Aug 02, 2005