If the house in Quarry is shown fourth, which one of the following must be true?

Andrew on February 27, 2023

What I did to make this a Guru game

In my set up, somehow I had the epiphany S and Q would tell me more about this game than where R and T go, so I only had four scenarios: S in 1, 2, 4, 5. This took less time than the videos and thought this could be useful for the future. I guess the key takeaway here is that since Q showed up in two rules, we can get more inferences than playing with R and T who only had 1 rule each. In addition to S, Q, and V all being reliant upon each others' position, having R and T restricted to only two places made this game even easier.

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Emil on March 4 at 06:33PM

I really like this approach! I think I want to amend something I said to you in an earlier comment, that I would usually only do scenarios in the case that there are three or fewer states of the world. Games like this, in which there are four states of the world, (which you expressed with the four places S can go) can indeed be a great candidate for doing scenarios. This is especially likely to be a good approach in a game like this that heavily limits a large number of its variables.