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Can someone help me beat this?

tgsio

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There’s no solution existing unless you go through one wall.

View attachment 11200It’s not a eulerian graph. I tried this a long time ago and looked all over the internet.
The trick was to fold a corner of the paper down, creating a 'bridge' from one door to another. (Ahhh, junior high memories. Had a teacher that loved giving out all sorts of logic problems, puzzles, etc).

There are actually a few ways to read the instructions, thus more than one 'solution'.

Anywho, this is how I remember doing it. Imagine that shadow looking spot on the upper corner as a paper fold (bridge)

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Sparty1045

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The trick was to fold a corner of the paper down, creating a 'bridge' from one door to another. (Ahhh, junior high memories. Had a teacher that loved giving out all sorts of logic problems, puzzles, etc).

There are actually a few ways to read the instructions, thus more than one 'solution'.

Anywho, this is how I remember doing it. Imagine that shadow looking spot on the upper corner as a paper fold (bridge)

View attachment 11212
Basically going through the wall. That’s the only possibility.
 

tgsio

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Basically going through the wall. That’s the only possibility.
It's a bridge, dammit. I went OVER the wall. 🤣🤣🤣

Yes, but it's not the only possibility depending on interpretation of the instructions and pretzel logic. Somebody posted another 'solution' earlier.


Another 'solution' if looking at it as a riddle....

(Not my answer)

Begin wherever you want and draw one line through all of the doors, but you cannot go through the same door twice. Hard, but possible!
 

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