# Question: How To Solve Sliding Tile Puzzles 3×3?

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## How do you solve sliding tile puzzles?

To move a piece to any position the easiest way is to:

- Put the blank square at the target position.
- Move your piece in the target direction by moving all the pieces one square forward.
- Put the blank square ahead of your piece again by revolving the pieces around your target piece.

## How do you solve a 15 puzzle?

- Step 1: Move the 1 Tile and the 2 Tile Into Their Final Positions.
- Step 2: Move Tiles 3 and 4 Into Setup Positions.
- Step 3: Move Tiles 3 and 4 Into Final Position.
- Step 4: Move Tiles 5 and 6 Into Final Position.
- Step 5: Move Tiles 7 and 8 Into Setup Positions.
- Step 6: Move Tiles 7 and 8 Into Final Positions.

## How do you solve a mosaic puzzle?

Key to solving many mosaic puzzles is to cross-reference the options for cells that have neighbours in common. To see an example of this, look at the first cell in row 8 and the first cell in row 9 at the edge of the puzzle, they are ‘3’ and ‘1’ respectively.

## How do you solve the 8 tile puzzle?

Part 2 of 2: Solving the Second and Third Row

- Put 7 under 1.
- Put 4 right next to 7. Move 7 temporarily if you have to.
- Make an empty space under 7.
- Push 7 downward.
- Push 4 to the left.
- Put 8 under 2.
- Put 5 right next to 8. Move 8 temporarily if you have to.
- Make on empty space under 8.

## How do you beat the torus puzzle?

Torus Puzzle

- Align First Row – Get the top row in order. (
- Fill in the Columns – The goal of this step is to complete all the rows but the last the techniques can be applied for all rows except the last.
- Order Last Row – Order the last row with respect to the smallest value.

## How do you solve the slide puzzle in Tomodachi life?

Tomodachi Life Slide Puzzle Solution

- 1.1 Move the 1st piece to the top left corner.
- 1.2 Move the 2nd piece to the top corner just close to the 1st piece.
- 1.3 If required move the 3rd, 4th pieces and so on until there is only 2 missing (applicable for puzzles bigger than 4×4)