Rubik's Fifteen is based on but more complex than the "15 Puzzle". Instead of sliding individual
squares you move squares by sliding rows and columns of
squares. The game actually consists of two puzzles, one at each side of the
box. Note that these are independent puzzles. Do not try to complete
both at the same time.
On the front side you must try to
create a magic square: if you take the sum of any horizontal, vertical or
diagonal row, the result always equals 15.
On the back side you must try to
order the numbers as listed below.
Front side(Magic square):
|I ||II ||III ||IV |
|V ||VI ||VII ||VIII|
|IX ||X ||XI ||XII |
|XIII||XIV ||XV ||* ||
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