Twixt (also spelled as TwixT) is a two-player board game involving pegs and links, where the goal of each player is to connect opposite sides of a square board. A link connect two pegs that are connected by a chess knight's move. The game was originally invented by Alex Randolph, and later commercialized by 3M.
Game Pile Review
A review of the 3M Bookshelf Game Twixt (1963). Twixt is a three dimensional version of an old pen and paper game. The object of the game is to build an uninterrupted "bridge" from one end of the board to the other.
Programs to Play Twixt
Collection of information on game playing programs. Also features T1.
Uncrossed Knight Paths is NP-complete
Draft of a paper by Dominic Mazzoni and Kevin Watkins proving that finding paths in Twixt (i.e., whether it is still possible to win) is NP-complete.
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