Multiple solutions

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A puzzle with multiple solutions is one that allows more than one approach. For example, to reach a high object, it might implement all of the following commands:

>JUMP.

>STAND ON CHAIR THEN GET BANANA

>THROW ROCK AT BANANA. TAKE BANANA

Multiple solutions tend to require more effort on the part of the author of a game, but can be very satisfying to players.

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