Atlas06.slc big band

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W. M. Dekker
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Atlas06.slc big band

Question :?: Help! Who has solved this puzzle? I can't. Who can me, please?

CellarDweller
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I worked on this level for a long time, and it appears to be unsolvable. If anyone has solved it, now would be a good time to share. Smile

One culprit seems to be at the top center of the puzzle, that single wall piece that sticks out. If that was gone, the puzzle would be solvable.

minglw
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; big band


  Level: 'big band' Nr: 47 Collection: 'Atlas06'

Maybe you didn't see my post at the Yahoo's Sokoban group...
Yes, it's solvable and here's the stat for my solution:

Solution(pushes 1044, moves 4057, in-lines 397, changes 156, steps 386).

You probably figured out that the major problem with this level is that there is a box towards the middle of the left column that blocks you from completing the level.
Well... make some room at the bottom and then move one box from the left column down and then you will be all set.

I also mentioned (at the Yahoo group) that to get you started, you can try these moves:

  Moves/Pushes/Box-lines/Changes/Steps/Pusher-lines: 64/14/5/4/5/20

If you really want me to spoil the fun for you, please let me know and I will show you a solution.

W. M. Dekker
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Question :?: Mister or Misses minglw, please give me the slution up to two parts stored. The first one is easy. Passing the "Slot" is also wel known.
But how the hell can I move that slot down, so that I can return that way to push the second part into the storage?

minglw
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ok, here's my answer to get the second box in:

  Moves/Pushes/Box-lines/Changes/Steps/Pusher-lines: 376/66/28/18/28/144

Here is the rest of the solution:
(I broke up the solution so that you don't need to see if you don't want to.
Like I said before, showing how to move the second box pretty
much spoils all the fun for this level.)

  Moves/Pushes/Box-lines/Changes/Steps/Pusher-lines: 3681/978/369/139/358/1545
W. M. Dekker
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Lol :lol: Thank you, minglw. I could not find enough places to store the packages right down under. I tried, and tried, but I needed one free place more, that I could not find. You showed me the way. I copied your answer as far as the second package was stored in the storage. The rest is then easaly.

By the way: Why don't you fill in your profile. I like to know something of the people who helps me. Where do you live, what is your profession, and what are your hobbies?

Do you do so?
Thanks again, a thousend times.

minglw
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Glad to know that helps.

I updated the profile with some info.