Farsh


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ArtbegottiFarshThere's no need to roll out the red carpet, we've already got the fanciest rug in town with Farsh, a Unity puzzle by Mahdi Bahrami. Your goal is to roll the farsh (from the Persian for "carpet") to the red box in each level. However, just as a carpet can roll smoothly like a wheel, it can unroll if you push it the wrong way. Here, unrolling is just a part of the secret to navigating your way to the exit.

The carpet is rolled [left] and [right] with the arrow keys, and the carpet can be rotated with the [up] and [down] arrows. As you quickly discover, the ability to rotate is a crucial part of solving each level. If you partially unroll your carpet so the roll lands on one of the special colored tiles, you can rotate lines of tiles underneath your rug. If you can rebuild your path to the exit and roll the entire rug into the red target area, you'll fly through to the next level. Can you roll to success, or will you be flat-out puzzled?

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Color me puzzled! Maybe it's just me, but the difficulty seems to ramp up pretty quickly. Took me a while to realize that

it matters which part of the carpet is on the red tile.

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