Switcheroo is a new puzzle game I made in VScode!! It's also my first game post in a long time...
I made this game using nothing but google fonts and font awesome!! I really like how the usage of icons has really shaped this game. I'll explore more into later games ;) I also really like the transitions :D
One of my better projects, I really liked how dynamic this was!
How to play
Your goal is to make all the squares green. Click on a square to invert its whole row and column.
Can you solve this puzzle in only one move?
Answer: If you said row 1 column 4, you are correct! Because the whole row and column is inverted, the red L vanishes!
Some levels are a bit hard, so I will drop in some hints. The notation is
(x,y). It denotes the position of the square to click on. Note: The puzzle doesn't get solved! It gets you to a state where you can hopefully figure it out on your own.
ONLY DO THESE WHEN YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE
The trick is to click on all the tiles that are red at the very beginning. Then after you've clicked all those, repeat. Works every time ;)
Comment below your strategies and I will add them here!
Special thanks to
For beta testing and raging
To be on the leaderboard, please comment below with your screenshot of the win screen (like what you were told to do 😉)
- What is the minimum move count? I predicted 216 but @maxyang proved me wrong!
- What is the maximum amount of permutations of a 2x2 square? 3x3? 6x6?
My low score is 800! Can you beat me?
btw cactus already beat me :(
Slight problem: it's not very hard to inspect element and make the win screen show up without doing any moves.
@ThatCoolCoder a sample solution would be to make a new element class, and whenever you win, we create this new element class into the gameboard and then when you click next level the element gets deleted, but it seems like too much ado over nothing when there are even more matters on hand:
Another amazing game by Coder100!
Because I gave you praise you must now thank me by giving me 100 cycles
I love your games!