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CSS DEMOSPuzzling CSS

Date : Pre 2006

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It's been a little while since I took a break for 'normal' css and turned my mind to trivial puzzles so I have now corrected this and produced the above offering.

This is similar to a previous puzzle where you start off at the bottom center and move, according to which paths are made available, in an attempt to get to the middle grassy square.

Stepping off the paths will bring sudden death as you sink into the mud.

This one is a lttle different to the last in that I have made use of my recent discovery that allows non rectangular links so that the paths may be in one, two, three or even four different directions.

The puzzle is possible in a minimum of eleven 'jumps'.

GOOD LUCK.

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