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Zeerus:-
I couldn't help but cheat, just click and..... (shutting up now) Good job as always Stu
(19.01.2006, 17:04)

Stu:-
Anyone complete this in eleven moves? and yes, as always, it is possible to cheat. But the object is to demonstrate the power of css (and have some fun as well).
(20.01.2006, 08:06)

Ecki:-
I'm not able to win without cheating... damn :P
(29.01.2006, 13:28)

Sean:-
Nice game. If you wanted to write a quick guide to how it works, I would be interested in reading that. I know about CSS, but can't immediately see how this application works.
(17.02.2006, 14:04)

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