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In a medieval kingdom, some hens would lay golden eggs during Easter.  As a thanksgiving for such Divine providence, it is a tradition for this kingdom to have these eggs donated for the benefit of the poor.  In exchange for their generosity, people who donated golden eggs would not be taxed for three years.  Every year during Easter, the king would have his knight go throughout his kingdom to collect these golden Easter eggs for the poor.  Can you help the knight collect these eggs in the shortest time possible?  On the board below, move the knight to all squares occupied by the golden eggs in 14 consecutive moves, so that an egg is collected each move.

This puzzle is INTERACTIVE in Java-enabled browsers.

To move the knight, click on the knight and then click on an Easter egg.  Repeat the  procedure until all the Easter eggs are collected.

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Hex is a game for two players invented by Pete Hein.  It is played on a NxN rhombus of hexagons.  The players alternately place pieces on the hexagons of the board.  The objective of the first player is to form an unbroken chain of hexagons connecting the top to the bottom, while that of the second player is to form an unbroken chain of hexagons connecting the left side and the right side.


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