Perfect Squares (sequence of shaping)

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CandyYAHFT
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Perfect Squares (sequence of shaping)

Post by CandyYAHFT » Tue Dec 08, 2015 11:41 pm

First, for sequence of shaping I mean that the genome sequencing is sequenced, still confused ahh? :oops:
What I mean is the genome is specifically sequenced this way.
Mode 1 divides into 2,2
Mode 2 divides into 3,3
Mode 3 divides into 4,4
Mode 4 divides into 5,5
...
Mode 14 divides into 15,15
&
Mode 15 divides into 1,1
¥(it must keep all cell alive, and all must have make adhesin)
The rules for this challenge aren't so simple, because the solution ( s) also aren't simple

First I have to say, I have a solution that reaches lvl. 6, & I don't know if is possible to go any further, the objective is to get at least lvl. 7

Levels are because in that level the genome is a perfect square
Lvl. 1 is any single cell
Lvl. 2 is impossible
Lvl. 3 is the sequence based genome with 90° in mode 2
Lvl. 4 is a little more challenging to get this lvl
Lvl. 5 stills a square, tough a little rough
Lvl. 6 it's possible to get a semi-perfect square in this level, but if you want the challenge to this level, don't watch the genome in the substrate & figure out by yourself
Lvl. 7 it suggest a square, or at least a circle
[Forwarding this, the criteria for what's a square stretches a lot for my part, since at this level all I get was amorfus mass of stuff]

Super SPOILER ALERT
If you watch this substrate you'll see the hint for getting Lvl. 6 done, this is the substrate I used as a base for the square, if you thing a different substrate will be better, you can change it and see how you doing, I only used photocytes, however if you think adding another(s) cell type will be better, you can try it.
Here's the spoiler
https://www.dropbox.com/s/hapvz3qmo6mhr ... trate?dl=0

Remember
If you don't want the genome hint, but want to have a substrate to work, you can sterilise the substrate, but you can create your own one with different cell limits or even different size
PEACE & LOVE,
CANDY
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Re: Perfect Squares (sequence of shaping)

Post by debbieevans » Fri Mar 11, 2016 2:53 am

Good share and I have been cleared about the genome sequencing what you are talking!
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Re: Perfect Squares (sequence of shaping)

Post by CandyYAHFT » Sat Mar 12, 2016 6:09 pm

I'm not good to explain biology things :p , great you got interested
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