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Now I solved it and think it is not so hard... My solution looks like a hack, I fit the provided space and have even few empty.

shaggy12's comment after solving the puzzle, 60 months ago.

I can see the pattern. Now, let's see how long it will take me to make it work. :D

shaggy12, 63 months ago.

Nice puzzle!

For the first time my vote was "Very hard":)

I chosed counting method from http://robozzle.com/puzzle.aspx?id=782 , but I needed two more functions. Then I found way to free one function and entrusted to it two needed goals. My solution was slightly hackish, it wouldn't work if number of blue tiles in column would be less then number of red and green tiles. Then I moved one of two goals to another function, my solution now isn't hackish and it is shorter.

I think I'll revisit this puzzle several times to optimize my solution:)

Smylic, 80 months ago.

The counting was easy, but fitting it into the space provided was tough.

tomtom's comment after solving the puzzle, 94 months ago.

I can't believe I finally got it to work!! :)

snydej's comment after solving the puzzle, 94 months ago.

I can't stop watching the solution run. It's mesmerizing.

recursive, 95 months ago.

Pretty cool idea. I'm looking forward to trying it out. :-)

igoro, 95 months ago.

Thanks life96 for idea :)

evko, 95 months ago.

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