Quick Look: Tower of Hanoi Free is a puzzle game where the objective is to move a stack of organized discs from the first post to the last post. Sounds easy enough, but you can only stack smaller discs on top of larger discs, making each move critical in solving the puzzle in a minimal number of moves.
The game starts out with you choosing how many discs you would like to start with, 3 being the minimum and 10 being the maximum. The discs are stacked on the far left post with the objective to move the entire stack to the far right post. You can only move one disc, the top most disc on any stack, at a time. Larger discs can not be stacked on top of smaller discs. There is a center post that is used for "staging," allowing you to make minor adjustments in your strategy.
The game provides on-screen instructions (see screenshot below) as far as movement is concerned. The discs are moved using the arrow keys on your Roku remote. The game tracks the number of moves made, the time it takes to complete the game and lets you know how many unnecessary moves were made.
-- Information is current as of January 5, 2018
Developer's Channel Description: The Towers of Hanoi is an ancient puzzle played with three stacks and any number of differently-sized disks. At the start, all the disks are in the leftmost stack, with the largest disk on the bottom and the smallest on the top. The object is to get all the disks over to the rightmost stack.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Games
DEVELOPER: Tudip Technologies
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