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Solve the Towers of Hanoi logic puzzle on your iPhone.
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The famous game of Hanoi Towers !Solve the puzzle with the least number of moves...And tell your friends, the leaderboard is on GameCenter !
Play eight different puzzle solitaire card games on your PC.
Play original classic computer games from the 70's and early 80's.
Try to move all the rings from one column to another.
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Play an interesting modification of the classical Towers of Hanoi game.
View a demonstration of how to solve this classic puzzle.
A NimbleBit production!Hanoi Plus adds to the classic logic puzzle game with:- New backgrounds- Time tracking- Record times for each level- The...
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