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Flow Free is a smartphone puzzle game where the player is presented with an m by m grid containing multiple pairs of colored dots. In order to solve the puzzle, the player must draw a path connecting each pair of points so that the following conditions are met: each pair of dots is connected by a path, each square of the grid is crossed by a path, and no paths intersect. Based on these puzzles, this project looks at grids of size m by n with only one pair of dots to determine for which configurations of dots a solution exists.
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Roske, Eliot Harris, "Analysing Flow Free with One Pair of Dots" (2019). Senior Projects Spring 2019. 271.