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*            Move the Box: Lite Walkthrough            *
*                Platform: Android 1.6+                *
*             Version Final - July 5, 2013             *
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= Table of Contents [TOC] =
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Table of Contents ............................................ [TOC]
Version History ............................................. [VERS]
Game Description ............................................ [GAME]
Walkthrough ................................................. [WALK]

  Boston .................................................... [MTAF]

     Level 1 .............. [BL01]     Level 2 .............. [BL02]
     Level 3 .............. [BL03]     Level 4 .............. [BL04]
     Level 5 .............. [BL05]     Level 6 .............. [BL06]
     Level 7 .............. [BL07]     Level 8 .............. [BL08]
     Level 9 .............. [BL09]     Level 10 ............. [BL10]
     Level 11 ............. [BL11]     Level 12 ............. [BL12]
     Level 13 ............. [BL13]     Level 14 ............. [BL14]
     Level 15 ............. [BL15]     Level 16 ............. [BL16]
     Level 17 ............. [BL17]     Level 18 ............. [BL18]
     Level 19 ............. [BL19]     Level 20 ............. [BL20]
     Level 21 ............. [BL21]     Level 22 ............. [BL22]
     Level 23 ............. [BL23]     Level 24 ............. [BL24]

  Osaka ..................................................... [YUNO]

     Level 1 .............. [OL01]     Level 2 .............. [OL02]
     Level 3 .............. [OL03]     Level 4 .............. [OL04]
     Level 5 .............. [OL05]     Level 6 .............. [OL06]
     Level 7 .............. [OL07]     Level 8 .............. [OL08]
     Level 9 .............. [OL09]     Level 10 ............. [OL10]
     Level 11 ............. [OL11]     Level 12 ............. [OL12]
     Level 13 ............. [OL13]     Level 14 ............. [OL14]
     Level 15 ............. [OL15]     Level 16 ............. [OL16]
     Level 17 ............. [OL17]     Level 18 ............. [OL18]
     Level 19 ............. [OL19]     Level 20 ............. [OL20]
     Level 21 ............. [OL21]     Level 22 ............. [OL22]
     Level 23 ............. [OL23]     Level 24 ............. [OL24]

  Hamburg ................................................... [WCHZ]

     Level 1 .............. [HL01]     Level 2 .............. [HL02]
     Level 3 .............. [HL03]     Level 4 .............. [HL04]
     Level 5 .............. [HL05]     Level 6 .............. [HL06]
     Level 7 .............. [HL07]     Level 8 .............. [HL08]
     Level 9 .............. [HL09]     Level 10 ............. [HL10]
     Level 11 ............. [HL11]     Level 12 ............. [HL12]
     Level 13 ............. [HL13]     Level 14 ............. [HL14]
     Level 15 ............. [HL15]     Level 16 ............. [HL16]
     Level 17 ............. [HL17]     Level 18 ............. [HL18]
     Level 19 ............. [HL19]     Level 20 ............. [HL20]
     Level 21 ............. [HL21]     Level 22 ............. [HL22]
     Level 23 ............. [HL23]     Level 24 ............. [HL24]

  North Pole ................................................ [THOJ]

     Level 1 .............. [NP01]     Level 2 .............. [NP02]
     Level 3 .............. [NP03]     Level 4 .............. [NP04]
     Level 5 .............. [NP05]     Level 6 .............. [NP06]
     Level 7 .............. [NP07]     Level 8 .............. [NP08]
     Level 9 .............. [NP09]     Level 10 ............. [NP10]
     Level 11 ............. [NP11]     Level 12 ............. [NP12]
     Level 13 ............. [NP13]     Level 14 ............. [NP14]
     Level 15 ............. [NP15]     Level 16 ............. [NP16]
     Level 17 ............. [NP17]     Level 18 ............. [NP18]
     Level 19 ............. [NP19]     Level 20 ............. [NP20]
     Level 21 ............. [NP21]     Level 22 ............. [NP22]
     Level 23 ............. [NP23]     Level 24 ............. [NP24]

  London .................................................... [CLNG]

     Level 1 .............. [LL01]     Level 2 .............. [LL02]
     Level 3 .............. [LL03]     Level 4 .............. [LL04]
     Level 5 .............. [LL05]     Level 6 .............. [LL06]
     Level 7 .............. [LL07]     Level 8 .............. [LL08]
     Level 9 .............. [LL09]     Level 10 ............. [LL10]
     Level 11 ............. [LL11]     Level 12 ............. [LL12]
     Level 13 ............. [LL13]     Level 14 ............. [LL14]
     Level 15 ............. [LL15]     Level 16 ............. [LL16]
     Level 17 ............. [LL17]     Level 18 ............. [LL18]
     Level 19 ............. [LL19]     Level 20 ............. [LL20]
     Level 21 ............. [LL21]     Level 22 ............. [LL22]
     Level 23 ............. [LL23]     Level 24 ............. [LL24]

Future Updates .............................................. [UPDA]
Thanks/Danke/Gracias/Whatever ............................... [TDGW]
Special Thanks .............................................. [SPTH]
Contact Info & Copyright Notice ............................. [COPY]

Hey. Wanna find a particular section? Look in the Table of Contents. Next to
each entry is a section code flanked by brackets ( [ ] <- those things).

All you gotta do is hit CTRL+F to bring up your browser's handy dandy Find
function and then type in the section code. Want to jump to Boston Level 15?
CTFL+F, type in [BL15] and boom, you're there. Copyright sections get you all
hot and bothered? Type in [COPY]. Need to check out the Table of Contents?
[TOC]. I think you get the idea. If you've read other guides on GameFAQs you've
seen this before.

Magically, it works the same way.

Also, unrelated to the awesome section code instructions above:

As you will undoubtedly notice, I thoroughly enjoy the use - nay, the extreme
overuse - of ellipses. Right or wrong it doesn't matter, for they are both
gratifying and placed on purpose... you'll get over it.

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=  Version History [VERS]  =
============================

Final
-----
Submitted the final version of this FAQ on July 5, 2013.

Well, here it is: the last major necessary update. Only took four days since I
made the previous update promising to complete the London levels and write up
the guide for the section. Considering that in the same four days I wrote and
submitted a completely new guide for another game — Spartacus Legends for the
Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 — that is already twice as big as this one so far
and isn't even complete as far as I'm concerned... I'd say that I made pretty
good time.

I also fixed the incorrect information that a handful of people pointed out for
me via email, specifically Hamburg Levels 21 and 22 and North Pole 22 and 23.
With regards to Hamburg 21 and 22, the best excuse for my messing up the
answers has to be long bouts of typing and derpy hands back when I was writing
that out.

However, when North Pole 22 and 23 were pointed out to me I couldn't figure out
for the life of me how I botched those levels so badly. I am 99% sure both
levels had four turns, not three like they do now (thus messing up my written
answer for L23), as based on the flavor text I wrote for NP Level 21 being the
first level in the area with four turns I would assume that the last 3 would
have 4 as well, otherwise I probably would have labelled it as the only four
turn level in the North Pole aside from L24. After a while of thinking I
realized one of two things must have happened:

#1. I was tired, hands and head were all derpy, and somehow thought that the
descriptions were correct. This is entirely possible.

or;

#2. When the London update came through...whenever it did last year, Exponenta
might have updated North Pole Levels 22 and 23. That is the only "I wasn't
crazy when I wrote that stuff" explanation I can think of since I could've
swore that these two levels both had a 4 turn limit, not their 3 turn limit
that they currently have, the last time I played the game back in 2012. This
is also possible, so instead of deciding which answer is the correct one since
there's no real way for me to go back in time and check...we're just going to
go with the History Channel's explanation for everything for the past five
years:

Aliens.

I've credited everyone who sent me edits in the Special Thanks section at the
end of the article (first names or usernames only, to protect these
superheroes' real identities).

v1.50a
------
Dear sweet little baby Jesus it's been ages since I updated this FAQ. Things
happened, stuff occurred, events transpired; I won't bore you with the details.
Suffice it to say that I've been busy in one way or another. Additionally, it's
been almost as long since I've messed around with the game itself so I hadn't
even noticed there was another update to MtB Lite that added London. Lastly,
I checked the email attached to my account here (for the first time in forever,
apparently). Lo and behold, what do I see but a slew of messages from people
asking for an update and offering up a few edits that upon reflection are
actually necessary.

To be clear, this isn't "the update" per se. This is basically the announcement
of the update since I'll need some time to play through London and then write
the whole mess out, plus making the required reworks of existing information.
Not too much time though, just a skosh.

v1.41
-----
Stylistic changes to the Table of Contents. It was too long and skinny, too
much white space. Trust me, it's better this way. This has bothered me for a
while and it should have been done in v1.40 but better late than never, right?

Also fixed other issues throughout the article, mainly spacing stuff.

v1.40
-----
Apologies to all for the delay in the North Pole update. You see, I can
explain. I got busy during the holidays - not dashingly popular or important
but busy nonetheless. Before I knew it, Winter changed into Spring. Spring
changed into Summer. Summer changed back into Winter. And Winter gave Spring
and Summer a miss and went straight on into Autumn. Until one day... I finally
got around to reading emails and noticed people wanted an update.

So here it be. Rawr.

Added the North Pole levels. Also changed the section code for Osaka, because,
well, [GJRA] was kind of funny, but the new one is lolsier. Also, in other
news, since it's my article I can do what I want. So there.

Added a P.S. to the Thanks... section.

Slight addition to the Copyright section, as nefarious ne'er-do-wells wanted
to do ne'er-do-welly things to my guide. Actually, it was just admins from
other faq sites wanting to post this on their site too. They were promising
fame, fortune, endless supplies of liquor and women. And then I woke up from
that dream and realized they at least were promising recognition and creative
control.

Side note: Magically, in the couple of months I've been absent the game jumped
in updates from 1.3 to 1.9, yet only added one more level expansion. Whatever,
I'm not worrying about keeping the article's version number on par with the app
anymore anyway.

Lastly, right above the version history is a small aside about the joys I have
for my own personal writing style. Live it. Learn it. Love it.

v1.30
-----
Added the 1.3 update that introduced the Hamburg content.

Tossed in separation lines to break up the walkthrough sections a little more
discernably.

v1.20
-----
This version disappeared into a vacuum. The ether. Space: the final frontier.
These are the voyages of the starsh... whoa, sorry about that.

v1.10
-----
Added solutions for the Osaka levels introduced in update 1.1. Five points to
anyone that knows what each city's TOC section code stands for.

Recoded each level's section code as there are now multiples of each level
number. So, to differentiate them, I made each level correspond to the city
it's in. Yeah, I know. I changed something and you despise change. Oh well.
Tough it out.

Threw a little extra into the Game Description section. Also did a bit of
editing in the info plate at the top of the article, as well as the
Thanks/etc. and Contact/Copyright sections. Hoowee.

v1.00
-----
Initial publication.

v0.000pa - v.999b
-----------------
Pre-publishing work. It's not important. Don't worry about it.

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=  Game Description [GAME]  =
=============================

Move the Box is a puzzle game that was released on the Android marketplace on
September 27, 2011. It requires a device capable of Android 1.6 or higher to
play, meaning that the vast majority of Android phones and tablets available
should have the ability to download and play the game.

The description on its Android market page says:

      "A logic puzzle about moving boxes around. Clean the dock,
       do it fast!

       You can move, drop and swap the boxes. Three or more boxes
       of the same kind in a line disappear. Watch out for turns,
       you only have a limited number!"

The basic premise of the game is that you must clear the boxes off of the dock
on each level, which becomes increasingly difficult as the game progresses. You
are allowed a certain amount of moves per level, anywhere between one and
three, to make the necessary adjustments to the pile(s) of boxes stacked across
the level to clear the dock.

You are allowed to move boxes in one of four directions: up, down, left, and
right - diagonal moves are not allowed. Moving a box one space in any direction
uses one turn, and if you exceed the move limit you must attempt the level
again. 

At the beginning of the game, only boxes of a single color are used. Boxes of
additional colors and slightly different construction (red wooden boxes, light
brown tied package, gray chests, etc.) are added as you progress through the
levels... just to make things harder on you.

To clear the dock you must line up three or more boxes of the same color,
either horizontally or vertically. When three or more boxes are correctly
aligned they disappear in a puff of magical Houdini smoke. Normal rules of
gravity are in place here - if a red box is on top of a green box and the green
box disappears, then the red box will fall into the next spot down. Also
following the laws of gravity, boxes cannot float in midair. Fantastic, I know.

Relating to the last paragraph, there will be a couple of easy terms that I
will be using throughout this guide. You should already know them, but just in
case...

   Column: A straight line arranged vertically. That is, up and down.

   Row: A straight line arranged horizontally. That is, left to right.

How to move the boxes, you ask? Easy. Just touch the box that you would like to
move and drag it one space in any direction. Given that the levels all have
multiple movable objects on the screen and there is no actual way to select
specific objects with the trackball, if your device has one, using the
trackball will not work. Touch screen only. You'll have to learn to live with
the disappointment... think of that part of it like an augmented reality
mini-game.

The More You Know: this walkthrough is specifically geared toward the free
version of the game. If the game's icon box has a yellow sign that says "Lite"
in the top-right corner then this walkthrough is the one you want. If, however,
you paid the astronomical fee of $.99 for this game then you probably have the
Pro edition, known befittingly as Move the Box Pro, and that yellow Lite sign
should instead be an exploding red Pro sign of justice. That version has levels
not covered in this guide, though this may be a future possibility.

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=  Walkthrough [WALK]  =
========================

This section is probably what you came here for. The following sub-sections
explain how to complete each level of the game. More importantly, I will also
explain the existential significance of why moving each box puts you one step
closer to becoming a more perfect you.

....... or not.

Anyway, let's get crackin', shall we?

Quick Note: The first few levels are actually just tutorials to accustom the
player to the mechanics of the game. In fact, the game will actually show you
a picture at the beginning of the levels of how to complete the level.

One last thing: There may be multiple answers to certain levels, but usually
they are extremely similar variations to the answer that I'll be supplying.
In the future I may decide to add every single variation to this guide, but
today is not that day.

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Boston [MTAF]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Ah, Boston. Site of the original 24 levels. Well, this is as good a place to
start as any.

......

It's go time.

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Level 1 [BL01]
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Box types: Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

The first level should be easy enough, as the answer is displayed on the screen
as the level begins. Nike time.

Answer: Move the far right box to the left one space.

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Level 2 [BL02]
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Box types: Red plank
Number of turns: 1

The second level starts as the first did, with a demonstration on how to beat
the level. This time, you'll be using gravity to help.

Answer: Move the top red plank box one space to the right.

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Level 3 [BL03]
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Box types: Red plank
Number of turns: 1

This is the first level not to just outright give you the answer, as well as
the first level with more than 3 boxes. However, you should be able to figure
out what to do here all the same.

Answer: Move the top red plank box to the right one space.

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Level 4 [BL04]
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Box types: Brown plank, Red plank
Number of turns: 1

Another level that starts with a tutorial picture. This time, however, shows
that you can switch the position of boxes by moving one box into the space that
another occupies.

Answer: Move the bottom red plank box up one space, as the picture suggests.

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Level 5 [BL05]
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Box types: Green chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

Same concept as Level 4, except you'll be moving boxes horizontally this time.

Answer: Move the brown plank box one space right.

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Level 6 [BL06]
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Box types: Brown plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 1

Time to start letting gravity play a more significant role here. This level
is the introduction to cascading boxes. Get used to this because it's how you
will be solving a lot of puzzles without using a lot of turns.

Answer: Move the brown plank box one space left.

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Level 7 [BL07]
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Box types: Brown plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 1

From here on the answers start to become a little less obvious. Perseverance
will become key. Or you can just keep cheating your tail off with this guide.
You know, whatever.

Answer: In the far left column there are three brown plank boxes. Move the
middle one left one space.

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Level 8 [BL08]
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Box types: Gray chest, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 1

Three colors at once this time. See? Told you it would start getting cluttered.
Let's fix that, shall we?

Answer: Move the bottom-middle green chest up one space.

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Level 9 [BL09]
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Box types: Gray chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

Back to two colors, more cascading boxes. You know the drill.

Answer: The middle column has three gray chests. Move the middle one up a
space.

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Level 10 [BL10]
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Box types: Green chest
Number of turns: 2

The beginning of multiple turn levels. Nothing to worry about yet, though.

Answer: Move the left chest right, then move the right chest left.

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Level 11 [BL11]
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Box types: Dark brown chest, Gray chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

The introduction of the dark brown chest. Not much more I can say about this
level.

Answer: Move the top-right package left one space. Move the same package left
once again to finish the level.

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Level 12 [BL12]
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Box types: Brown plank, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

The levels are still fairly easy at this point. Before too long that is going
to change.

Answer: Move the top-left brown plank box one space to the left, then move it
down one space.

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Level 13 [BL13]
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Box types: Red plank, Green chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

You know, even though gravity may be in effect here, friction apparently isn't.
You can switch the position of one box with another even though they're both
underneath a pile of other boxes, and only the two boxes directly interacting
with each other switch places... nothing falls. I wish I knew the secret to
this magical technique.

Answer: Move the bottom-right red plank box left two spaces.

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Level 14 [BL14]
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Box types: Red plank, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

Switch, slide, bing bang boom. Donesies.

Answer: Move the top brown package left one space, and then move the top green
chest down one space.

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Level 15 [BL15]
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Box types: Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

This level introduces the concept of screwing up so that you have less than
three boxes of one color left and making the level impossible to finish. Yeah,
you like that, don't you?

Answer: Move the top-left box left one space. After the first row of boxes
disappears move the top remaining box left one square.

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Level 16 [BL16]
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Box types: Brown plank, Red plank, Green chest, Brown package, Gray chest, Dark
           brown chest
Number of turns: 2

Yep, game just got a little harder. Six different box types, 2 turns, and a
whole lot of ways that you can screw up. Good thing somebody already did it for
you, right?

Answer: Move the bottom brown plank box left one space. After that, move the
same box up one space.

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Level 17 [BL17]
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Box types: Brown package, Gray chest, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

There's a few close but no cigar answers for this level. It's not terribly
difficult, though.

Answer: Move the top red plank box left two spaces.

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Level 18 [BL18]
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Box types: Gray chest, Green chest, Brown package, Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

Rule of thumb: when levels are perfectly symmetrical, you should probably try
to stick to the middle to eliminate everything else.

Answer: Move the middle brown package down one space. Following that, move the
bottom green chest up one space.

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Level 19 [BL19]
---------------

Box types: Brown package, Gray chest, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

No more symmetry for you! You go now!

Answer: Move the far right red plank box left one space, and then move the
bottom green chest up one space.

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Level 20 [BL20]
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Box types: Gray chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

To be honest... Level 20 was the entire reason that I created this guide. I
finished this level once while I was more than half asleep and then I was never
able to recreate the answer until I looked it up. In my opinion it is probably
the hardest of the original levels because of its simplicity - 2 colors. If
there were more colors then it would've been easier to deduce, but because of
that everyone finally gets a guide to this game so I guess it worked out in the
end.

Answer: In the middle of the second-from-bottom row is a red plank box. Move it
left one space. After the resulting boxsplosion move the top-right red plank
box right one space.

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Level 21 [BL21]
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Box types: Gray chest, Brown plank, Red plank, Green chest, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 2

Quite a few close calls here, but there's really only one way to do it.

Answer: Move the far right red plank box down one space, then move the
right-most green chest left one space.

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Level 22 [BL22]
---------------

Box types: Red plank, Green chest, Brown package, Brown plank
Number of turns: 3

Three turns! Not all that hard, however.

Answer: Move the far right green chest left one space. Afterward, move the
far left brown plank box down one space. Finally, move the top green chest down
a space.

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Level 23 [BL23]
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Box types: Red plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 3

This is one of those levels where if you don't plan ahead you can find yourself
with leftover boxes and no way to get rid of them.

Answer: Move the bottom-left green chest left one space. Secondly, in that tall
stack of boxes move the middle green chest one space to the right. Lastly, move
the top green chest one space to the left.

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Level 24 [BL24]
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Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Dark brown chest, Brown plank, Gray
           chest
Number of turns: 3

This level can be a bit challenging. That is, unless, you've noticed that if
you immediately get rid of the brown plank boxes in the middle you create a
hole you cannot dig yourself out of, namely stranding those two other brown
plank boxes on the far right of the screen. So what are you to do? Well.....

Answer: In the second row from the bottom, there are three brown plank boxes
just kind of hanging out. Move the far right one two spaces to the right. After
that just move the top-most gray chest down one square and POOF! Done.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~
Osaka [YUNO]
~~~~~~~~~~~~

Just when you'd mastered every puzzle thrown at you and thought you were
unstoppable... aw snap! Here comes Japan showing off how they're superior to
you in every way! Time to go ham, son!

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Level 1 [OL01]
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Box types: Brown plank, Brown package, Gray chest, Green Chest
Number of turns: 1

This new set of levels doesn't start at the difficult threshold that Boston
ended with, thankfully. Or unfortunately, if you wanted that kind of challenge.
Personally I'm mostly on the unfortunately side, with just a twist of
thankfully.

Answer: Move the bottom-right brown plank box left one space.

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Level 2 [OL02]
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Box types: Red plank, Brown plank, Brown package, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 1

Way harder than Boston's level 2. That's not saying much, though.

Answer: Move the bottom-left dark brown chest right one space.

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Level 3 [OL03]
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Box types: Green chest, Gray chest, Red plank, Brown package
Number of turns: 1

TIMMMMMMBBBBBBBEEEEEEERRRRRRRRR!!!!

Answer: Move the top-left green chest one space left.

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Level 4 [OL04]
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Box types: Red plank, Brown package, Gray chest, Green chest, Dark brown
           chest
Number of turns: 1

Holy Niagara, Batman™!

Answer: In the middle column of the screen are two red plank boxes. Move the
bottom box one space down.

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Level 5 [OL05]
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Box types: Dark brown chest, Brown package, Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

Remember what I said about symmetrical levels a while back?

Answer: The middle column has four dark brown chests. Move the third one from
the top one space down.

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Level 6 [OL06]
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Box types: Green chest, Red plank, Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

Again with the symmetry!

Answer: In the middle column are two green chests. Move the top one down a
space.

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Level 7 [OL07]
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Box types: Brown package, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

Two turns. Still easy mode.

Answer: Move the bottom green chest up one space, and then move the top green
chest down one space.

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Level 8 [OL08]
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Box types: Red plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

You can really only screw this level up once or twice before it should become
obvious.

Answer: Move the top-right green chest down a space, and then move the last
green chest on the top row down a space.

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Level 9 [OL09]
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Box types: Gray chest, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

It's that ol' switch and slide routine again.

Answer: Move the top red plank box left one space to switch places with that
bottom-right green chest. Then drop the top gray chest by sliding it one space
to the left.

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Level 10 [OL10]
---------------

Box types: Dark brown chest, Brown package, Gray chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

Ditto.

Answer: Move the top red plank box a space right to switch places with the gray
chest on the right, and then move the bottom brown package to the right one
space.

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Level 11 [OL11]
---------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

Still not all that terribly difficult yet...

Answer: Move the top-right brown plank box a space to the right, and then move
the top-most brown plank box one space to the right as well.

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Level 12 [OL12]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

There are a bunch of green chests on the right, but there's a lonely green
chest all the way over there on the left. Reunite those suckers.

Answer: Move the far left green chest right two spaces.

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Level 13 [OL13]
---------------

Box types: Dark brown chest, Red plank, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

The first level de Osaka that actually made me scratch my head. Then, about
five minutes later...

Answer: In the middle row there are two red plank boxes. Move each of them one
space to the right.

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Level 14 [OL14]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

You may flub up a couple of times here, and that's okay. It's totally allowed,
as long as you learn from your mistakes. Otherwise, yous gets the heel.

Answer: Move the bottom red plank box in the far left column down one space.
Then move the red plank box in the right column left one space.

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Level 15 [OL15]
---------------

Box types: Red plank, Brown plank, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

This is about the time the difficulty starts to ramp up. Lots of ways to mess
up, and I probably found most of them.

Answer: Move the brown plank box in the far right column left one space. Then,
move the top brown package in the middle column down one space.

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Level 16 [OL16]
---------------

Box types: Brown package, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

Wait, what did I just say about that difficulty ramping up? I swear it will,
right after you finish this puzzle.

Answer: There are three columns that start with boxes in them. In the middle
column, move the middle brown package one space to the left. Then, take the red
plank box from the far right column and move it one space to the left.

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Level 17 [OL17]
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Box types: Gray chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

This one looks a little similar to Boston's level 20 but is infinitely simpler.

Answer: Move the bottom-right gray chest one space to the right. Then, move
that same gray chest one space to the left.

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Level 18 [OL18]
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Box types: Red plank, Gray chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

That brown package on the right... make him feel loved.

Answer: Move the brown package in the far right column two spaces to the left.

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Level 19 [OL19]
---------------

Box types: Brown package, Dark brown chest, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

Another level that took a short while for me to figure out. That is, until I
realized that you can't move the far left green chest to the right without
alienating one of the brown packages. You know what that means, right? Right?
Right?! Yeah, you know what that means.

Answer: At the start, the second row from the bottom has only two green chests.
Those are the chests you'll need to move. First, move the left chest one space
to the left. Then, move the right chest one space to the left.

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Level 20 [OL20]
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Box types: Red plank, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

Level 20, redux. Unfortunately, this Level 20 is a far cry from its Boston
counterpart. Use the same basic principle from the previous level and voila.

Answer: On the bottom of the middle column is a brown package. Move it one
space right. Then move the far left brown package one space to the right as
well.

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Level 21 [OL21]
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Box types: Brown package, Green chest
Number of turns: 3

Following the normal trend, an increase in turns means a short decrease in
difficulty.

Answer: First, move the bottom-left brown package to the right one space.
Second, move the top-right green chest one space to the left. Lastly, move that
same green chest you just moved one more space to the left.

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Level 22 [OL22]
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Box types: Brown plank, Green chest, Brown package, Gray chest
Number of turns: 3

I found this level to be the hardest of the Osaka bunch. I had a lot of close
call answers before I finally figured this one out.

Answer: Move the top-right gray chest down one space. Next, move the
bottom-right green chest one space to the right. Finally, slide the top green
chest left a space.

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Level 23 [OL23]
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Box types: Brown package, Brown plank, Red plank, Dark brown chest, Gray chest,
           Green chest
Number of turns: 3

This level runs a very close second to Level 22 for hardest level of the
update. The only reason I found Level 22 harder is due to the amount of time I
spent on each, with this level, while still perplexing, taking much less time
than the previous one.

Answer: Move the bottom red plank box down one space. Next, move the
bottom-left gray chest one space up. Last, Move the bottom-right dark brown
chest one space up.

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Level 24 [OL24]
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Box types: Green chest, Gray chest, Brown package, Brown plank, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

Three difficult levels in a row is a nice way to end this leg of the game,
don't you think? Now, I know what you're thinking. You reeeeeaaally want to
move that green chest at the very top to the right so you can make two columns
with green chests, which will probably just disappear once you can figure out
how to make this whole pile start cascading, right? Wrong. Don't do it. The
greens ARE crucial to the answer, but you don't need them in columns; rather,
you need them in rows.

Answer: Move the top-most brown plank box down one space, switching spots with
a green chest. Then, take that same green chest and move it one space to the
right, switching places with the bottom-right gray chest. Lastly, take the
brown plank box you move in the first place and move it down one more space.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Hamburg [WCHZ]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Sie werden nicht durchkommen!

Warten Sie. Diese Anleitung zeigt, wie alle von der Hamburger Ebenen zu
schlagen?

Verdammt noch mal. Vergessen Sie, dass ich etwas sagte. Fahren Sie mit Ihrem
Ketzerei, dann.

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Level 1 [HL01]
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Box types: Green chest, Dark brown chest, Gray chest, Red plank, Brown package
Number of turns: 1

Time to start over again. Nothing to it.

Answer: Move the bottom-right brown package one space to the right.

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Level 2 [HL02]
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Box types: Red plank, Brown plank, Dark brown chest, Gray chest, Green chest,
           Brown package
Number of turns: 1

Level 2: Sunday morning easy.

Answer: Move the middle brown package down one space.

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Level 3 [HL03]
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Box types: Brown package, Red plank, Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

Caaaaaaaake.

Answer: The right column has two red plank boxes. Move the bottom one up one
space.

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Level 4 [HL04]
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Box types: Brown package, Red plank, Green chest, Gray chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 1

Thar be a lot o' boxes in that thar pile. Just be givin' one o' them a wee
little push.

Answer: The tallest column in the middle has three red plank boxes. Slide the
top one right a space.

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Level 5 [HL05]
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Box types: Gray chest, Red plank, Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

Look at all of those red and gray boxes! And you only get two turns to clear
them all?! Well, actually, as it turns out two turns is one too many. In what I
gather is the first time in this game you can actually finish a level without
having to use every turn available, and it literally only took me about 10
seconds to figure it out. How? Read on.

Answer: The second column from the left has four boxes, from the top they are
arranged as follows: gray chest, red plank, red plank, gray chest. Move the
bottom red plank box down one space and be amazed at completing a level using
1/2 turns.

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Level 6 [HL06]
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Box types: Green chest, Red plank, Brown package, Gray chest
Number of turns: 2

Drop it like it's hot, yo. Drop it like it's hot.

Answer: Move the top-most green chest left one space, and then move the same
box down one space.

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Level 7 [HL07]
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Box types: Red plank, Brown package, Green chest, Brown plank
Number of turns: 2

A few first moves seems plausible, but only one makes sense, and after you
make that first move you'll see why.

Answer: Move the top-left brown package a space to the right. After that, move
the bottom-right brown package one space to the right.

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Level 8 [HL08]
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Box types: Brown package, Dark brown chest, Red plank, Brown plank, Gray chest,
           Green chest
Number of turns: 2

Fairly straightforward level. Two boxes don't seem to be in the right column.
Miraculously they're right next to each other. Switcharoo.

Answer: Move the left-most green chest to the right one space. Then, move the
top-most red plank box down one space.

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Level 9 [HL09]
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Box types: Gray chest, Green chest, Dark brown chest, Brown package, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

One box will solve all of your problems. Give it a little attention, k?

Answer: Move the top-most dark brown chest one space to the right, and then
move the same chest down one space.

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Level 10 [HL10]
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Box types: Brown plank, Gray chest, Red plank, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

That same box from the last level is having the same problem. Apparently it
needs just a little more TLC.

Answer: Move the dark brown chest in the far left column down one space, and
then move it one space to the right.

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Level 11 [HL11]
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Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Brown plank, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

There are a few moves that almost work here. Bad news: this isn't horseshoes or
hand grenades. Good news: look down.

Answer: Move the top-most red plank box right one space. Then, move the
top-most brown package one space down.

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Level 12 [HL12]
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Box types: Brown package, Gray chest, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

This level actually gave me a bit of difficulty, which surprised me since no
other first-half puzzle has done that up until now. The work paid off, though.
There isn't much this noggin can't figure out.

Answer: Move the far right red plank box one space to the left. After that,
move the bottom-right gray chest one space to the right.

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Level 13 [HL13]
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Box types: Dark brown chest, Red plank, Gray chest, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 2

You know at some point these dock workers need to start working for themselves
and stop just contracting out labor that by all rights they should be able to
handle. That or just start ordering boxes that are all the same color. Problem
solved.

Answer: Move the bottom red plank box one space to the left. Then, move the
green chest in the middle column one space to the left.

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Level 14 [HL14]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Red plank, Brown package, Brown plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

You need to get those red boxes all together so they can party. The problem is
you only have two turns to do it but three turns are necessary to make all of
the moves. Let gravity help.

Answer: The bottom row has four gray chests in it. See the second one from the
right, the one that's surrounded by brown packages? Move that gray chest up
one space. After that, move the bottom-left red plank box one space to the
right.

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Level 15 [HL15]
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Box types: Brown plank, Brown package, Green chest, Gray chest
Number of turns: 2

All those ducks are lined up in a row but you're going to have to think outside
of the pile to get this one done.

Answer: Move the bottom-right brown package one space to the right. Then, move
the top-right brown package one space to the right as well.

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Level 16 [HL16]
---------------

Box types: Dark brown chest, Gray chest, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

Question: what are these boxes actually constructed from? Dropping real boxes
from these kinds of heights would probably trash them, not to mention whatever
their contents are. Regarding that: you're working on a dock moving around
fairly nondescript containers, their contents are never disclosed, questions
apparently aren't asked as to what is inside, and the previously mentioned
containers need to disappear as quickly as possible. Given these facts I think
that the answer is obvious: dead bodies.

Answer: Move the top-left dark brown chest left one space, and then move the
same chest one space to the right.

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Level 17 [HL17]
---------------

Box types: Red plank, Gray chest, Green chest, Brown package
Number of turns: 3

Here's another thought: how is it possible that the brown packages, which are
obviously made of paper and tied together with string, are able to support
piles of boxes that weigh infinitely more than they do? There's treachery
afoot.

Answer: Move the right-most gray chest, in the middle column, left one space.
Then, move the top-most gray chest down one space. Finally, move the green
chest on the right down a space.

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Level 18 [HL18]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Red plank, Brown package, Green chest, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 3

Question #3: why are we flippantly dropping boxes clearly marked DANGER all
willy nilly? This dock has to be non-union.

Answer: Move the top-most red plank box left one space. Next, move the top-left
gray chest one space to the left. Finally, move the bottom-right gray chest up
one space.

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Level 19 [HL19]
---------------

Box types: Green chest, Dark brown chest, Brown package, Brown plank, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

That... is a lot of boxes.

Answer: In the middle column there are three green chests. Move the bottom
chest up one space. Then, in the second column from the right there are three
red plank boxes, with the top two separated from the bottom one by a single
dark brown chest. Move that dark brown chest down one space. Lastly, in the
second column from the left there are three dark brown chests, with the top two
separated from the third by a single red plank box. Move that red plank box
one space down.

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Level 20 [HL20]
---------------

Box types: Dark brown chest, Red plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 3

This is breezy for one of the last levels. Enjoy it.

Answer: Move the single dark brown chest in the middle column to the left one
space. After that, move the top-most red plank box one space to the left. Then,
move the top-most green chest one space to the right.

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Level 21 [HL21]
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Box types: Brown plank, Green chest, Gray chest, Red plank, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 3

Get all of those gray chests column'd up. That is the key to success here.

Answer: Move the bottom-left gray chest a space to the right. Follow that by
moving the bottom-most red plank box one space to the right. Finally, that gray
chest you moved in the first place? Move it up one space.

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Level 22 [HL22]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Brown package, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

The red boxes and green chests need to be in columns, not rows. That means
you'll have to do a little shuffling. Every day I'm shuffling, I swear.

Answer: Move the bottom-left green chest to the right one space. Then, just
above that is a red plank box. Move it to the right one space as well. Finish
the level off by moving the top-left brown package one space up.

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Level 23 [HL23]
---------------

Box types: Brown plank, Green chest, Gray chest, Red plank, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 4

And then there were four... turns.

Answer: Move the bottom-right brown plank box left one space. Next, move the
bottom-left red plank box up a space. Then, move the bottom-right red plank box
left a space. Lastly, Move the top-left dark brown chest down one space.

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Level 24 [HL24]
---------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Brown plank, Gray chest
Number of turns: 4

The last level in Hamburg is a tricky little devil and it may take a little
while to figure out... unless you follow these directions, that is.

Answer: Move the top-most brown package in the middle column to the left one
space. Then, do it again. Next, move the top-most brown plank box in the middle
column down one space. Finally, move that same brown plank box to the left a
space.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
North Pole [THOJ]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Ah, the North Pole. Home of Santa Clau(w)s(e), the ridiculously hot Mrs. Claus
(prove me wrong), Coke Bears, and, of course, the ones that make all of the
presents for the fat-fingered little boys and girls of the world. Yes, it's the
contractually obligated non-union worker elves (Santa keeps a Right to Work
iron fist). Unfortunately for us, Justin Bieber got out of his contract due to
an unforeseen loophole. This was bad news for everybody. If Santa would just
bring back Keebler's Ranch Munch 'Ems like I've been begging for years then I
wouldn't mind so much, but until that day comes that little midget is a thorn
in my side.

Anyway, they say that on cold, dark nights if you listen closely you can hear
those creepy little shorties' singing on the wind...

                            Shawty! Yeah yeah yeah!

Wait a minute, wrong shorties.

Let's continue.

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Level 1 [NP01]
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Box types: Red present sack, Brown present, Yellow present
Number of turns: 1

Let's be honest here. Show of hands: how many people wrap their presents in
brown paper? And I don't mean "I'm poor so I'm using paper grocery bags" brown
paper, that I can get. I mean the darkish brown with beige ribbons in the game.
My suspension of disbelief in this game is about gone.

Answer: Move the top red present sack down one space.

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Level 2 [NP02]
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Box types: Evergreen tree, Red present sack, Yellow present
Number of turns: 1

See that red present sack in the top-right? No, we're not moving it. I just
wanted to mention that it's sitting perfectly balanced on the tip-top of that
evergreen tree, but it isn't sagging the tree and the bottom of the sack is
still level. Dark sorcery, I tell ya.

Answer: Move the top-most yellow present to the left one space.

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Level 3 [NP03]
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Box types: Red present sack, Snowflake ornament
Number of turns: 1

How are those ornaments not breaking? I mean seriously... no, forget it. I
really don't care anymore.

Answer: Move the top-most red present sack to the left one space.

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Level 4 [NP04]
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Box types: Red present sack, Yellow present, Brown present
Number of turns: 2

Insert witty banter here.

Answer: Move the bottom-most red present sack two spaces up.

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Level 5 [NP05]
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Box types: Brown present, Red present sack
Number of turns: 2

Level 5 and we've already hit a little snag. Maybe those elves are upping their
game a bit.

Answer: In the far right column are two red present sacks. Move the top one
down a space. After you've done that there should be a red present sack
directly to the left of the one you just moved. Move that sack down one space.

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Level 6 [NP06]
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Box types: Brown present, Red present sack, Yellow present
Number of turns: 2

Another slightly difficult level, and we're still only in the first 1/4 of the
levels of this area. Touché, Exponenta. Touché.

Answer: Move the top-most red present sack one space up. Also in the center
column is another red present sack. Move that one space to the right.

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Level 7 [NP07]
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Box types: Brown present, Red present sack, Yellow present, Snowflake ornament,
           Red sleigh
Number of turns: 2

Red sleighs now. Still no crushed presents. Makes me kind of sad.

Answer: The tallest column has five brown presents standing in it. Take the
second brown present from the bottom and move it twice to the left.

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Level 8 [NP08]
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Box types: Red sleigh, Red present sack, Brown present
Number of turns: 2

This level looks pretty similar to another level from areas past, and the
answer is pretty similar as well.

Answer: The center column has three brown presents in it. Move the middle one
to the right one space. Then move that same present down one space.

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Level 9 [NP09]
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Box types: Yellow present, Brown present
Number of turns: 2

I think this level is to give you a breather, kind of like cleansing the
palette with water after eating really spicy food. In other words it's easy and
you should figure it out in about 3 seconds.

Answer: Move the top-most brown present right one space. Then move the top-most
yellow present to the left one space.

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Level 10 [NP10]
---------------

Box types: Red present sack, Evergreen tree, Yellow present
Number of turns: 2

See the description for Level 9 directly above.

Answer: Move the bottom-left yellow present to the right one space. Then move
the top-most red present sack one space to the left.

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Level 11 [NP11]
---------------

Box types: Red present sack, Evergreen tree, Red sleigh, Yellow present,
           Brown present
Number of turns: 2

There are quite a few items stacked in this puzzle, however it continues the
easy trend of the last couple of levels.

Answer: The second row from the top is, from the left, in this order: YYBYBB
     The second row from the bottom is, from the left, in this order: BBYBYY

I think you know what I'm going to suggest, right? Move the boxes in that
second to top row so they're ordered YYYBBB and the ones in the second from the
bottom row so they're ordered BBBYYY. Which you do first doesn't matter, the
result will be the same.

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Level 12 [NP12]
---------------

Box types: Evergreen tree, Yellow present, Brown present
Number of turns: 2

Fairly easy, though not quite as obvious as the last few. Close, though.

Answer: Move the brown present in the right column one space to the left. Then
move that same brown present another space to the left.

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Level 13 [NP13]
---------------

Box types: Red sleigh, Evergreen tree, Brown present, Yellow present
Number of turns: 2

We're back to that easy stuff again.

Answer: Move the bottom-right evergreen tree one space left. Then move the
top-most evergreen tree one space down.

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Level 14 [NP14]
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Box types: Brown present, Red present sack, Snowflake ornament
Number of turns: 2

Little tricksy we are, yes? Actually, not really.

Answer: In the far right column there are two red present sacks. Move the
top one one space to the right. After the resulting aftermath it's a simple
matter of moving the top-most snowflake ornament to the left one space.

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Level 15 [NP15]
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Box types: Snowflake ornament, Red sleigh, Evergreen tree, Yellow present,
           Brown Present, Red present sack
Number of turns: 3

This level is fairly difficult, as it looks like the answer is right in front
of you and so easy because almost everything lines up, yet nothing seems to
work. Well, if the lined up way isn't quite working, switch it a little.

Answer: Move that top-most snowflake ornament to the left twice. After that
move the bottom snowflake ornament up one space.

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Level 16 [NP16]
---------------

Box types: Yellow present, Evergreen tree, Red present sack, Brown present,
           Red sleigh
Number of turns: 3

Geronimo much?

Answer: Move the top-most evergreen tree to the right one space. Then move the
top-most yellow present to the right one space, on top of the tree that you
just moved. Finally, move the red sleigh in the right-most column to the left
one space.

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Level 17 [NP17]
---------------

Box types: Evergreen tree, Yellow present, Snowflake ornament, Red sleigh
Number of turns: 3

This level's mildly difficult. I mean, it's no [NP15], am I right?

Answer: The column directly to the right of center, which happens to be the
tallest column, has two evergreen trees in it. Move the bottom tree one space
to the left. Then move the top-most yellow present to the left one space. Last,
Move the bottom snowflake ornament one space up.

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Level 18 [NP18]
---------------

Box types: Yellow present, Evergreen tree, Snowflake ornament
Number of turns: 3

Tricky tricky. Only five ornaments means that your movement with them is
limited, otherwise you could make three disappear and leave only two lonely
ornaments unable to transfer from the material plane to the big ethereal
holiday tree in the sky. However, in this case it also means that is the type
of block you'll be moving. You've just got to do it in the right order.

Answer: Move the top-right snowflake ornament one space down. Then move the
bottom-most ornament one space to the left. Finally, move the top-left ornament
down one space.

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Level 19 [NP19]
---------------

Box types: Brown present, Red present sack
Number of turns: 3

Easy as 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510...

Answer: Move the right-most brown package left one space. Then move the
left-most brown package one space to the right. Finally, move the bottom-left
red present sack one space to the right.

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Level 20 [NP20]
---------------

Box types: Red sleigh, Evergreen tree
Number of turns: 3

Blargh. This one took me a while.

Answer: In the column just right of the middle there are two red sleighs. Move
one of them to the right one space. Then, in the column just to the left of
the middle there are two evergreen trees. Move the top one to the right one
space. Finally, move the top-most tree one space to the left.

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Level 21 [NP21]
---------------

Box types: Red sleigh, Brown present
Number of turns: 4

This level isn't particularly hard for having four turns. I'm sure that I'm
about to regret saying that, though.

Answer: The shortest column has only two red sleighs in it. Move the top one
to the left a space. Then move the bottom-most red sleigh one space to the
right. Next, above the sleigh that you just moved is one brown present. Move it
one space to the right. Last, move the top-most present to the right one space.

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Level 22 [NP22]
---------------

Box types: Evergreen tree, Red present sack, Yellow present
Number of turns: 3

Turns out I was wrong. Not only is this level not hard, but you can finish it
using only three out of the necessary four turns.

Answer: In the second row from the bottom there are two red present sacks. Move
the left one a space to the left. Next, move the right-most sack a space to the
left as well. After that move the right-most yellow present one space to the
left.

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Level 23 [NP23]
---------------

Box types: Red sleigh, Yellow present, Brown present
Number of turns: 3

As the second to last level in the North Pole area, I honestly have to say that
this level is a dud. A one trick pony, if you like. You think you've got it...
OOPS, no you don't! But move one little sleigh out of the equation momentarily
and you're movin on up... to a deluxe apartment in the sky. Get you that pie!

Ok, I'm sorry but I just couldn't help myself.

Answer: The middle row has a yellow present and a brown present. Go again and
swap those two. Next, take the brown present you just moved and slide it up
one space. Lastly, move the yellow present you moved during the first turn and
move it down one space.

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Level 24 [NP24]
---------------

Box types: Brown present, Red sleigh
Number of turns: 4

Well, here we are. The last level of the North Pole. I wish it was the
equivalent of BJ Blazkowicz versus Adolf Hitler but instead it's more like
Glass Joe versus Fippy Darkpaw.

Answer: Ok, here is a representation of the level:

B = Brown present                B B R B B R B
R = Red sleigh                   R R B R R B R
                                 B B R B B R B
                                 R R B R R B R

Notice anything? Yep, the level is essentially a copypasta. Basically what this
breaks down to is all you have to do to beat the level is to repeat the same
move four times.

To start, the top row has two red sleighs in it. Move the right one down one
space. Then, in the second from the bottom row, move the red sleigh on the
right one space down. Next, move the top-most red sleigh one space down. Last,
again, move that top-most red sleigh down a space. Aaaaaand good bye North
Pole.

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~~~~~~~~~~~~~
London [CLNG]
~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Ello guv'nah! Brassed off? Feeling a right duffer from turning these levels
into a dog's dinner? Well don't bite your arm off! Pour a pint, have a seat,
and take a butchers at this guide and it'll be a doddle before you can say Chim
chim-in-ey, chim chim-in-ey, Chim chim cher-oo!, Bob's your uncle!

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Level 1 [LL01]
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Box types: Brown plank, Brown package, Red plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

London only has levels requiring two or more turns, so no super-easy mode one
move answers here.

Answer: Move the top red plank box one space to the left. Then, move the red
plank box on the right one to the left as well.

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Level 2 [LL02]
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Box types: Brown package, Red plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

One of the packages in this level normally lives in an airport, but it has
been away on business and is starting to feel homesick. Make it feel better by
treating it the way it's used to... by recklessly throwing it to the ground the
way the average baggage handler does.

Answer: There are two columns in the middle of this level. Move the brown
package near the top of the column on the left two spaces to the right.

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Level 3 [LL03]
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Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Brown plank, Gray chest
Number of turns: 2

Everything in this level seems pretty much lined up and ready to be all
disappeared-like, excepting the green chests and brown plank boxes. Fix that.

Answer: In the column with two green chests, move the lower green chest one
space down. To finish the level off, move that same chest one space to the
left.

--------------
Level 4 [LL04]
--------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown plank, Red plank, Brown package, Gray chest
Number of turns: 2

That's a decent amount of boxes to clear with just two turns at your disposal.
You can do it though. Just take a deep breath and say this with me:
Oppa Boxnam Style!

...I'm trying too hard, aren't I?

Answer: Move the bottom-most red plank box one space up. Then, take the green
chest you just moved down to the bottom row and move it one space to the right.

--------------
Level 5 [LL05]
--------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Gray chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

Hello <insert your name here>, what's happening? Um, I'm gonna to need you
to go ahead and move that box tomorrow, so if you could do that around 9, that
would be great, mmkay? Oh, oh, and I almost forgot. Uh, I'm also gonna need you
to go ahead and move that other box too, k? We, um, lost some people this week
and, uh, we need to sort of play catch up. Thaaaanks.

Answer: Move the bottom-left gray chest up one space, and then move the same
gray chest one space to the right.

--------------
Level 6 [LL06]
--------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Brown plank, Gray chest
Number of turns: 2

Hey, that brown package from Level 2 is back! He's in need of your services
again.

Answer: In the right-most column there are two brown package. Move the lower
package one space to the right. Then, in that same column move the lower green
chest one space to the left.

--------------
Level 7 [LL07]
--------------

Box types: Brown plank, Red plank, Green chest, Dark brown chest, Gray chest,
           Brown package
Number of turns: 2

The box bone's connected to the, chest bone. The chest bone's connected to the,
package bone...

Answer: The shortest column contains these four boxes, listed from top to
bottom: Green chest, Brown plank, Dark brown chest, Red plank. What you need to
do is take the brown plank box and move it one space up. You then need to con-
tinue moving that box, placing it one space to the left.

--------------
Level 8 [LL08]
--------------

Box types: Gray chest, Brown package, Red plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

One word describes this level:

Breezy.

Answer: The bottom-right brown package needs to go two spaces to the left.
That's it.

--------------
Level 9 [LL09]
--------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown plank, Brown package, Gray chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 2

Level 8 Part 2: Electric Boogaloo.

Answer: Move the bottom-right brown package two spaces to the left...again.

---------------
Level 10 [LL10]
---------------

Box types: Red plank, Brown plank, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 2

"Today's special guest star, here to explain her method of beating London's
Level 10, is none other than Ling from Kung Pow! Enter the Fist! Ling, how did
you do it?"

Ling: "Wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh wee-ooh weeeeee!"

"Fascinating."

Answer: In the right-most column there are two brown plank boxes. Move the top
one to the right a space. After that, just move the top-left dark brown chest
one space to the left.

---------------
Level 11 [LL11]
---------------

Box types: Green chest, Dark brown chest, Brown plank, Red plank,
           Brown package, Gray chest
Number of turns: 2

You're probably going to see that that gray chests are separated by only one
brown package and figure, "Hey, that was easy." You'll move the gray chest on
the left to match up with the others and things will start happening. All will
look well...until that move finally completes itself and you realize that you
are stuck due to lack of about four more moves. So, for your sake, don't do
that. Do this instead.

Answer: The second column from the left has three green chests in it. Move the
top one to the right a space. NOW you are free to move the left-most gray chest
one space to the right.

---------------
Level 12 [LL12]
---------------

Box types: Brown plank, Green chest, Gray chest, Dark brown chest,
           Brown package, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

We're at the halfway point of the London levels. Let's keep on movin.

Answer: The middle column contains two gray chests. Move the lower one a space
to the right. Next, in the middle column again there are two brown packages.
Move the lower package right once. Finally, move the bottom-left brown plank
box to the right one space.

---------------
Level 13 [LL13]
---------------

Box types: Red plank, Green chest, Brown plank, Brown package
Number of turns: 3

That's a mighty tall stack of boxes there. Let's bring it crumbling down. I
know, I know — some men just want to watch the world burn.

Answer: Move the brown package in the right-most column two spaces to the left.
After that has resolved itself go ahead and move either of the red plank boxes
in the column on the left a space to the right.

---------------
Level 14 [LL14]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Red plank, Brown package, Green chest
Number of turns: 2

I don't really have much to say about this level so I'm just going to suggest a
movie for you to watch sometime in the near future, regardless if you've seen
it or not. Two words:

Black. Dynamite.

You'll thank me later.

Answer: Move the top-left green chest one space to the left. Then, move the
bottom-right gray chest one space to the left.

---------------
Level 15 [LL15]
---------------

Box types: Brown plank, Brown package, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 3

All dat brown...no. No. I'm a classy bastard. I won't make the obvious joke.
Apparently I'll reference it, but I won't actually say it.

Answer: In the bottom row there are two brown packages. Take the left package
and move it one space to the right, then take the right package and move it
one space to the left. Now, take the top-most brown package and move it left
one space.

---------------
Level 16 [LL16]
---------------

Box types: Brown package, Green chest, Gray chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

In 1966, Andy Dufresne escaped from London's Level 16. All they found of him
was a muddy set of prison clothes, a bar of soap, and an old rock hammer, damn
near worn down to the nub. I remember thinking it would take a man six hundred
years to tunnel through the boxes with it. Old Andy did it in less than twenty.

Answer: Take the bottom-left brown package and move it to the right two spaces.
Then, all you have to do is swap the middle gray and brown chests.

---------------
Level 17 [LL17]
---------------

Box types: Brown package, Red plank, Dark brown chest, Brown plank, Green chest
Number of turns: 3

Sev: Remember, Brown package, when I promised to kill you last?

Brown package: That's right, Sev! You did!

Sev: I lied. 

Answer: Move the top-most brown package to the right two spaces. Then, move the
top-most green chest down one space.

---------------
Level 18 [LL18]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Dark brown chest, Green chest, Red plank, Brown package
Number of turns: 3

This one actually had me stumped for a while. If it has you scratching your
head too, don't worry. Once you see the answer you'll be smacking your head
instead of scratching it.

Answer: Move the bottom-left green chest two spaces to the right. After that,
move the bottom-most red plank box up one space.

---------------
Level 19 [LL19]
---------------

Box types: Dark brown chest, Green chest, Gray chest, Brown package, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

Compared to the last level this puzzle is cake. Still not exactly easy, but you
know...

Answer: Move the bottom-right gray chest to the left one space. Next, move the
bottom-left green chest one space to the right. Finally, move the bottom-right
green chest one space to the right.

---------------
Level 20 [LL20]
---------------

Box types: Green chest, Brown package, Red plank, Gray chest, Dark brown chest
Number of turns: 3

Gentlemen, welcome to Level 20.

The first rule of Level 20 is... You do not talk about Level 20.
The second rule of Level 20 is... You DO NOT TALK ABOUT LEVEL 20.

Answer: Move the green chest all the way at the top to the left one space. Next
you need to move the left-most dark brown chest to the right once. Lastly, move
the top-most brown package down one space.

---------------
Level 21 [LL21]
---------------

Box types: Gray chest, Brown plank, Brown package, Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

You know I just realized that the London update has been basically big pile of
movie quotes and references... you're welcome/I'm sorry.

Answer: Move the right-most brown package and green chest a space to the left
each. After that move one of the red plank boxes in the right-most column to
the right one space.

---------------
Level 22 [LL22]
---------------

Box types: Red plank, Brown package, Gray chest, Dark brown chest, Green chest
Number of turns: 3

"You want a box? I can get you a box, believe me. There are ways, Dude. You
don't wanna know about it, believe me."

"Yeah, but Walter..."

"Hell, I can get you a box by 3 o'clock this afternoon... with nail polish."

Ok, you know what? I'm not sorry. Not one bit. Deal with it.

Answer: The tall column on the left has three red plank boxes in it. Move the
one on the bottom to the left a space. After that move the top-most dark brown
chest down one space. Finish the level off by moving one of the packages on the
right one space to the right.

---------------
Level 23 [LL23]
---------------

Box types: Green chest, Red plank
Number of turns: 3

Only two colors for the second to last level? That should be cake, right?
Actually, it turns out to be a bit more difficult than you'd think due to the
box placement. However...

Answer: My original solution was a little too wordy in trying to explain which
boxes to move where, so instead here's a simple little matrix diagram.

G = Green chest             1   2   3   4
R = Red plank box          ---------------
X = Empty Space          A| X | X | G | X |
                          |---------------|
                         B| G | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         C| G | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         D| R | X | G | X |
                          |---------------|
                         E| G | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         F| G | X | R | X |
                           ---------------

Ok, so the empty space in the top-right corner would be A1, the R in the
left-most column would be D1, etc. You get the idea.

Alright, first off you need to move either of the bottom-left green chests,
E1 or F1, one space to the right, resulting in this:

                            1   2   3   4
                           ---------------
                         A| X | X | G | X |
                          |---------------|
                         B| X | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         C| G | X | R | X |
         Move #1          |---------------|
                         D| G | X | G | X |
                          |---------------|
                         E| R | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         F| G | G | R | X |
                           ---------------

The next move you need to make is moving the second red plank box in the right
column, E3, one space to the left, like so:

                            1   2   3   4
                           ---------------
                         A| X | X | X | X |
                          |---------------|
                         B| X | X | G | X |
                          |---------------|
                         C| G | X | R | X |
         Move #2          |---------------|
                         D| G | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         E| R | R | G | X |
                          |---------------|
                         F| G | G | R | X |
                           ---------------

Lastly, in the right-most column there are two green chests. Move the bottom
one, E3, one space to the right, resulting in...

                            1   2   3   4
                           ---------------
                         A| X | X | X | X |
                          |---------------|
                         B| X | X | X | X |
                          |---------------|
                         C| G | X | G | X |
         Move #3          |---------------|
                         D| G | X | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         E| R | R | R | X |
                          |---------------|
                         F| G | G | R | G |
                           ---------------

...which will resolve itself into another level completion post haste.

---------------
Level 24 [LL24]
---------------

Box types: Dark brown chest, Brown package, Gray chest, Brown plank, Red plank
Number of turns: 4

Level 24 is the only level in the city of London to boast a four turn limit.
Oddly enough I ended up finding the answer in about 30 seconds. If you're
reading this, though, it should take you even less time than that.

Answer: This level is all about moving the two brown packages near the top of
the columns. First, move the top-left package one space to the left. Then, move
that same package once to the right. Next, move the top-right package once to
the right. Finally, move that same package one space to the left.

Congratulations! All is well again in the land of tea and crumpets!

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

=========================
= Future Updates [UPDA] =
=========================

 - Barring any minor edits I make down the line this will probably be the
   last update for the FAQ, as new levels will only be available via buying
   the Pro version of the game. Should I decide to cover the full Pro version
   of the game I will make sure to add the new content.


========================================
= Thanks/Danke/Gracias/Whatever [TDGW] =
========================================

Well, that's it. You've reached the conclusion to my first publicly available
walkthrough...guide...thingy. Congratulations.

Seriously though, here's to hoping that it helped. Maybe you enjoyed it a
little bit. I would've used something closer to my real sense of humor but I
actually want this guide to make it past the censors, so I toned it down a
smidge.

Anyway, if you have any suggestions, comments, love mail, death threats, 
current bank statements complete with routing information, etc., may I humbly
direct you to the conveniently placed email address at the top of this article?
And hey, lookit that, it's also in the Contact Info & Copyright Notice section.
If you don't like the email thing just send me a PM, I get those just fine too.
Regardless of how you decide to ship off any correspondence my way I swear I'll
read it. Maybe. Scout's honor.

Lovesies.

P.S. If you want credit for pointing anything out or whatever and I feel like
taking the time to acknowledge such pointings outs then make sure that you give
me your username so I can give propers. Word to your mother, yo.


====================
=  Special Thanks  =
====================

I would like to extend a special thanks out to the following individuals.

For their assistance in rectifying my derpiness on Hamburg Level 21:

James
Jeff
Ashley
Katrina
Christian
Kris


For her assistance in helping me, again, this time on Hamburg Level 22:

Katrina


For their assistance in pointing out that North Pole 22 was incorrect, which
in turn helped me realize that the level may have since been changed:

nik.rana


For their assistance in pointing out that North Pole 23 was also wrong, one way
or another:

Fiona
Simon
nik.rana (again)
Melissa
Shane


I would additionally like to thank the people that sent me feedback expressing
their thanks for writing this guide, both for the game help as well as the
musings that I forced down their throats. It helps to see that I didn't waste
all of that time writing garbage that nobody wants to read.

Finally, to everyone that has or will read this FAQ, I would like to offer my
appreciation to you as well. People like you pushed this article well over
400,000 views since I first published it in late 2011 - early 2012, all for a
little guide based on a game that, at the time, had less than one million
downloads. I would have been happy to with 40 views... nearly half a million
views and climbing is awesome. Seriously, thanks.


==========================================
= Contact Info & Copyright Notice [COPY] =
==========================================

If you would like to get ahold of me, the author of this amazingly fantastic
piece of literary architecture, the process is really quite simple.

Option #1: I have a special email address set up for just that purpose, and all
you have to do is send me a message. Here it is:

                              faqsbysev@gmail.com

Easy, right? I just have a small number of requests.

#1: I spellcheck everything automatically - I don't need a computer to do it
for me. I, however, am a proofreading MACHINE. I understand that not everyone
has the skill or patience for this, so all that I ask is that if you wish to
correspond for any reason then at least make your message intelligible. Use
spell check. Punctuate. Make me believe you at least passed some English
classes. Otherwise, you earn an instant ignore.

 #1a: Speaking of English classes, I am an American. Don't hold that against
      me, not all of us are as stupid as the ones represented in the global
      media. Anyway, I am a native speaker of American English... yes, there's
      such a thing (search "American English" on Wikipedia). I speak a small
      amount of Spanish, German, French, Japanese... you know, let's just say
      I know a little bit of a whole bunch of different languages. The point
      is, however, that I don't know enough of any other language aside from
      English to carry on an intelligent conversation without using Google
      Translate. As such, the only language you should send inquiries in should
      be English. This is nothing against anyone, it's a matter of knowing my
      own abilities as well as my limitations. Ten years ago Spanish would've
      been an accepted language as well, but you don't use it and you lose it.

#2: If I'm wrong about something, don't be an ass. Just let me know. Unless
you're funny about it, being abrasive will probably just make me ignore you
that much harder.

#3: Title = What I'd Like To Talk About. If it lists the game/FAQ in question
it makes it easier to pick out the junk from the real stuff. Again, just be
smart about what you send if you ever expect it to be read by my pretty
blue eyes.

#4: Don't spam me, because I will find you. I am normally a pretty chill guy,
and ME + YOU = GOOD TIMES, but getting on my bad side is a very bad idea. This
doesn't just apply to spamming - any type of stupidity is included in this
statement. Long story short, if you would be embarrassed to have your
grandmother read what you plan on sending, just don't send it.

OR

Option #2: PM me on the GameFAQs site. The same rules from above apply here as
well.

See, that's not very hard, is it?

-------------

Alright then, onto the legalese.

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This guide may be not be reproduced, either in part or as a whole, under any
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site or otherwise distributed publicly without the author's advance written
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Basically if anyone makes any money from this guide it should be me. Don't
steal. If you want to use it at home and print out a hard copy, that's fine -
just don't go selling copies to people and/or passing the work off as your own.
Want to use a snippet of my article to supplement your own? Contact me first,
let me know what you're doing, what you want of mine, and how you want to use
it. Should I consider it at all I'll probably ask for a copy of your completed
article that includes my excerpt so I can review it for final approval. If I
say no, respect it. If I say yes, I expect proper citation. If you'd like to
post this guide to your own site, then shoot an email my way. If I say yes...
fantastic. If I say no then I expect you to honor it. If I don't respond then
consider that an absentee answer of no until you hear otherwise from me.
Regarding that, while I have received requests to post my work on various other
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to post my works (aside from any of my own personal sites since I can post it
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The moral of the story is that I don't care if I'm getting paid to write a
piece or not, credit where credit is due is the rule of the game.

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