Remarks. 1) The first number in the size pair, say, "9 x 3" is the number of rows (or columns) in the grid; the second - the number of sub-segments the square is divided into. 2) The easiest variant to play is the "4 x 2" grid (marked by the "duck"). The games of size "6 x 3", "8 x 4", and "9 x 3" (accompanied by the most serious predators) are probably the most difficult. 3) Download the desktop (or Android) version of the game for other variants. ♦
Created, designed, and coded by Oscar Seurat. The difficulty icons have been obtained from www.icons8.com.
⚽ How To Play ⚾
After scrambling the grid, click on a column, row, or a diagonal and drag it in one of the following directions: N(orth), S, E, W, NE, SE, SW, or NE. Perform such shifts until you have arrived at the the goal grid below.
A game example video and more detailed explanations for the Android app are here.