I made a new page of sliding block puzzles:
@jsiehler nice! I'm struggling even with some of the easy ones, though. I need to come up with some lemmas, I think.
It would be helpful if the target positions were always shown somehow
@christianp Thanks! I struggle with solving these too. Starting position and ending position are shown in the mini figures on the left and right.
@jsiehler ah, those aren't visible on mobile
@christianp Ah! I'll work on the layout, then.
@jsiehler I've written about your puzzles at https://aperiodical.com/2019/01/transposition-a-sliding-block-puzzle-by-jacob-siehler/
@christianp Yay! Thank you. "I made it onto The Aperiodical" is going on my faculty report this year.
@jsiehler I hope your employer values appearing in The Aperiodical higher than mine does running it...
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