This puzzle was made by Reddit user edderiofer, who was also one of the most active beta-testers of the Alcazar Android app.
With only 4 exits and lots of walls, it doesn't look so hard at first glance. However, you will soon realize that it's one of the most surprising and difficult Alcazars to date.
How will you approach it? If you find a simple and elegant way to solve it, please share it in the comments below. However, when you give a clue, make sure to encode it using this tool:
An easy way to talk about different techniques is to use chessboard notation: column are called A,B,C... (left to right) and rows are called 1,2,3... (bottom to top).
- C3D4 has a wall
- The room A1:D4 has 4 exits
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