Polarium is a puzzle game made for the DS. In this game there is a board made up of black and white tiles. you use the stylus to draw a path that dose not cross over it self to flip over some of the tiles. so that you have rows of black or white tiles.
Polarium has three modes.
I have heard that Japan is going to have Polarium on the GBA in October 13.
In this game there are going to be 365 puzzles, no challenge mode, and three new tiles. The new tiles are: (I say tiles, but tiles and panels are the same)
blank Panels are just like the boarders. they have use for the Kotei Panles. The Kotei Panels are like a row of tiles that is linked together that holds all of the tiles up. when the row of Kotei Panels are cleared. all of the tiles fall down. The Hurdle Panels are tiles that you can not go over. The Multi Panels are both black and white. They get cleared when all of the other tiles in that row are the same color. Also because they are black and white. You can not flip them.
note that there is also a full clear counter, but that is all it does, counts.
If there is a split in betwine black and white rows. It counts as a split not a border.
| # # # # | |#########| black row | ## ##| split here | | white row \---------/
A polarium password consistes of three lines that have ten decimal digits. The first two lines are the puzzles board data and the last line is other info. The digits in these lines are reversed. So if you wan't to read the binnary info of a polarium puzzle password. you first have to flip the digits.
Next you take the number that you got from fliping the digits. and covert it to binnary(or hexdecimal) with something like Windows Calculator.
Now if you started with a puzzle like this.
5880477582 5880477582 3599954982
you wold get the binnary info like this
10101010,01010101,10101010,01010101 10101010,01010101,10101010,01010101 10101100,10001000,00010111,00010001
Now this is what this info means.
|line1||4th line(read backwards)||3rd line(read backwards)||2nd line(read backwards)||1st line(read backwards)|
|line2||8th line(read backwards)||7th line(read backwards)||6th line(read backwards)||5th line(read backwards)|
|line3||checksum||hieght||width||Y of end*||X of end*||Y of start*||X of start*|
*The start and end of the sloution.
The checksum It is caculated by adding all of the other bytes(not bits) of the binnary info.
The infamuos impossible puzzle. 0163841883 5109532251 3689535153 MY username. 4311043110 4311043110 1195503613 PI. 3141592653 5897932383 0085893821 Super impossible. 0944521214 5900985151 3527245002 Counting down. 9876543210 9876543210 8651034482
(c)2005 Johnathan Roatch.
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