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Greek Fire was a historical weapon used in ancient battles: a fluid that kept right on burning for a very long time. Can you recreate this legendary weapon out of nothing but thin air?

My solution: 275 / 328 / 66 https://imgur.com/S6x1V57
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Psynixx Sep 25 @ 10:06am 
going for speed: https://imgur.com/dAS7hAz
620/65/100
PentaPig Sep 17 @ 3:10pm 
There is no reason to use track. 110/675/50 https://i.imgur.com/HobCjKa.gifv

This was way more difficult than I expected. There are a lot of promising configurations for calcification/ duplication that get very close to working.
[p%%h]StaleWhiteBread Sep 16 @ 6:53pm 
I think I made the cheapest solution possible. 125/604/87

https://imgur.com/a/qtuioeM
Dizze Sep 5 @ 10:21am 
I was finishing this and completely forgot that the input was of 2 air nucleus
https://i.imgur.com/H6Xvo1M.gif
Stupid Snake  [author] Sep 4 @ 7:15pm 
@Alcator: Oh, I know. I was just describing the way it tends to fall out in my own designs--area and cost at the expense of time.
Alcator Sep 4 @ 8:58am 
@Stupid Snake: That is actually natural - those criteria are working against each other. It's usually not possible to have both low cost and low cycles, or low area and low cycles.
To get "top percentile" in each chart, you need multiple different solutions for each puzzle.
Stupid Snake  [author] Sep 4 @ 6:43am 
Love those solutions. Mahashma, I have the same problem. In most of the main game puzzles, my solutions hit the peak or better on the histograms for size and cost...and do way worse than the peak on cycles, lol
jefkin Sep 3 @ 3:17pm 
Alcator Sep 3 @ 9:08am 
My solution:
https://imgur.com/gallery/tI7ErEr
$:350/C:219/A:75
mahashma Sep 3 @ 1:13am 
Because I couldn't leave it alone... https://imgur.com/a/o3Tnbop
370/209/93 and it likely has a lot of room for improvement; I tend to focus on size, so optimising for cycles is a new challenge.