Four canned-food products are randomly stacked up. You need to rearrange them into stacks of the same product.

However, if you want to move a can that has cans on top of it, you have to move them all at once. Also, you can't have more than six cans stacked up at a time.

Sounds easy, right? Oh...one more thing. You have to do it in 14 moves or fewer.

UK Version

Four different types of tinned food are randomly stacked up. You need to rearrange them into stacks of the same food.

However, if there are tins on top of the tin you want to move, you have to move them all at once. Also, you can't have more than six tins in a stack.

Not too hard, right? Oh...one more thing: you have to do it in 14 moves or fewer.

Hints

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US Version

There are several ways to solve this puzzle, so start moving those cans around and see what you end up with.

It shouldn't be too hard to get to a point where a few more moves will do it.

UK Version

There are several ways to solve this puzzle, so start moving those tins around and see how it goes.

It shouldn't be too hard to get to a point where a few more moves will do it.

US Version

The 14-move limit definitely makes things a little tricky. And don't forget that you can't stack up more than six cans at a time. Also, don't get carried away stacking up the same type of can every chance you get, because it's going to cost you moves in the long run.

UK Version

The 14-move limit definitely complicates matters. Don't forget that you can't stack up more than six tins at a time.

Don't get carried away stacking up the same type of tin at every opportunity. It will cost you moves in the long run.

US Version

Instead of stacking up the same type of can every chance you get, it's better to think about what type of cans you should stack in each row.

Whenever possible, you want to move as many cans together as possible at a time. Of course, sometimes you have to move just one can at a time.

UK Version

Instead of stacking up the same type of tin every chance you get, it's better to think about what type of tin you should stack in each row.

Whenever possible, you want to move as many tins as you can together. Of course, sometimes you have to move just one tin at a time.

US Version

From left to right, think of the stacks as the first, second, third, and fourth.

Move the fish from the fourth stack to the first stack. Move the peaches from the second stack to the fourth stack. Move the ham from the third stack to the second stack. Move the fish from the third stack to the first stack...

You can take it from here!

UK Version

From left to right, think of the stacks as the first, second, third and fourth.

Move the fish from the fourth stack to the first stack. Move the peaches from the second stack to the fourth stack. Move the ham from the third stack to the second stack. Move the fish from the third stack to the first stack...

You can take it from here!

Solution

Correct

US Version

Clean!

How many moves did it take?

UK Version

Beautiful!

How many moves did it take?

Initial position

Move one can from the fourth stack to the first stack

Move one can from the second stack to the fourth stack

Move two cans from the third stack to the second stack

Move one can from the third stack to the first stack

Move four cans from the first stack to the third stack

Move three cans from the second stack to the first stack

Move one can from the second stack to the third stack

Move one can from the second stack to the first stack

Move four cans from the third stack to the second stack

Move two cans from the fourth stack to the third stack

Move one can from the fourth stack to the second stack

Move five cans from the first stack to the fourth stack

Move one can from the second stack to the first stack

Move two cans from the fourth stack to the first stack