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#173:Hexscotch
Children in Perplex City often play a schoolyard game similar to Earth's "Hopscotch". A field of hexagons is
drawn on the ground with either one, two or three stones placed in each hexagon. A child begins in the lowest hexagon,
picks up any stones in it, and makes a single jump to another hexagon. The distance the child jumps is equal to the
number of stones he or she just picked up.
The child then pucks up the stones in the new hexagon and jumps form there. To win, a child must pick up as many
stones as possible. During the game, he or she may not jump to a hexagon that has already been visited.
Can you figure out the path of exactly 18 jumps which a child should take to gather all of the stones? Use the letters
around the grid to describe the path.
(pixel/tetris suit)

(In reverse)
ISABELLA
LEVENAY






