anyway enough about that try..

suteki da ne

hoshi

kisame

akamaru

sora

hidan

nara

ino

orochimaru

hoshi = star

kisame = I don't know about the "ki" part, but "same" means "shark"

akamaru = The Red

sora = sky

ino = boar

orochimaru = The Great Snake

Adjacent squares include the central square but no diagonal squares are considered. You are right it is very, very tough.

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The mechanic of ByteAway is switching on individual bits so in the end the binary number matches the goal number which is in decimal.

It's also about speed - there's either a multiplier (the faster you solve the more points you get) or in the hard difficulty you lose if you can't solve a number in 10 seconds.

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]]>No, sorry...they both dip out.

The first one was born 1 day too late and the second 1 day too early to meet the 'number of days into the year' constraint.

But them's the breaks!

I drew this up in Excel for a 199-year period, and there is a definite pattern that would be broken if we let these two would-be gatecrashers in!

]]>A MONKEY = Slang for $500 = 5 × 100

I am curious as to what this one was derived from. Coincidentally, 500 IDR (currency in my country) money once also used the picture of a primate, though this one was an orangutan.

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2^^^2 = 4

What the heck are these???

]]>That was my solution as well.

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