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Fling Solver

Tool/Solver to resolve the levels of the game Fling that uses balls to be ejected from the board by hitting them with others until having only one.

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Fling Solver

Fling Grid Solver

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Answers to Questions (FAQ)

What is the goal of the Fling game?

The goal of the game is to push balls from the game board, similary to a 9-pool game, until there is only one left. To do this, the player must use a ball and propel it towards another. The player cannot throw a ball directly off the board, nor eject a ball directly adjacent to the impulse ball (a minimum gap space is required to give enough momentum).

How to solve a Fling level?

Solve automatically

Enter the positions of the balls, with letters or numbers in the grid and click on solve. The resolution steps will appear if there is a solution.

Example:

\123
1O
2O
3O
\123
1
2OO
3
\123
1
2O
3

Solve manually

The player can be methodical and list the possible movements by locating the rows or columns with 2 or more non-neighboring balls. Each movement must be tested until arriving at a situation without any possible movement (in this case it is necessary to go back) or until the solution.

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