Rotating monomer causes BUNS.
|Opened on:||Sunday, May 16, 2021 - 20:29|
|Last modified:||Monday, May 17, 2021 - 16:42|
I've brought this up, before, without a satisfactory solution.
Why is it that when I rotate a monomer about one of its own axes, I suddenly introduce one, two, even three BUNS that were not there, before? I don't have the monomer anywhere near its counterparts... I'm just trying to get a better view of what I have. Why does that cost me up to six hundred points?
(1992, and every other trimer/tetramer puzzle I've played.)