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Commenting on: 04-13-10
I wish I had found this 35+ days ago instead of now; I had to slowly work all these rules out for myself when playing Voltorb Flip. Interestingly, my observations mirrored yours exactly, so the entire thing felt rather oddly familiar while I was reading it.
Nice job with this guide.
Judging from your example, you should pick one at random from the 4/1 row, since only one of them is a Voltorb while two of the ones in the other row are Voltorb.
When you have a 'rectangle of doom' in Voltorb Flip (a 2 column by 3 row rectangle of usable cells, where one column has two out of three options)(something like This]http://www.mypicx.com/04232010/rectangleDoom/]This, is it better to go to the more concentrated column, or the less concentrated one? It seems that they both have the same probability.
Whoops. My bad. Though I did say: 'What if'.
…um, what the hell? It's been a week. You can start suspecting I'm dead if I haven't updated or posted anywhere in a couple of months without any sort of a note of where I went, but a week? Really? When I last posted in this very guestbook today?
What if this was the last post Butterfree ever made? Great examples, though, if you're still alive…
I feel proud that I figured out most of this guide by myself already. :3
Commenting on: 04-13-10
I gave my mom Voltorb Flip earlier today 'cause I thought she'd like it. After explaining the game to her and showing her a few basic strategies I left her to it; now she's addicted. xD