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The Knight's Tour 4 is a puzzle in Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box.

Puzzle

US Version

Lead the knight on a trip around the board below.

Chess knights move two squares forward and one square perpendicular on each turn. The initial direction can be up, down, left, or right.

Move this knight around the entire board, landing on each square only once.

UK Version

Lead the knight on a trip around the board.

Chess knights move two squares forwards and one square perpendicular on each turn. The initial direction can be up, down, left or right.

Move this knight around the entire board, landing on each square only once.

Hints




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US Version

This board is eight spaces by eight spaces, just like a regular chessboard. That means this puzzle is just like the original knight's tour.

There are no hints to be had here! Just work it out on your own.

UK Version

This board is 8 x 8, just like an ordinary chessboard. That means this puzzle is just like the original Knight's Tour.

There are no hints to be had here! Just work it out on your own.

US Version

The knight's tour usually involves returning the knight to the starting space at the end of the tour. If you're trying to accomplish this, then choosing the correct starting space is very important. Why not use the Memo function to help you?

UK Version

The Knight's Tour usually involves returning the knight to the starting space at the end of the tour. If you're trying to accomplish this, then choosing the correct starting space is very important. Why not use the Memo Function to help you?

US Version

There are many avid chess researchers in Europe and the U.S. who write detailed papers with elegant solutions to chess puzzles. Looking through resources is one more way of enjoying a chess puzzle.

UK Version

There are many avid chess researchers in Europe and the US who write detailed papers with elegant solutions to chess puzzles. Looking through resources like these is one more way of enjoying chess puzzles.


Solution

Correct

Wonderful!

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