I was looking online and found some skeptisim regarding merely five scenarios on the stained glass game. I was busy and never looked back at the thread.
My solution of this logic game is based on five intuitively solved scenarios. Perhaps confusion lies in terminology - a number of additional scenarios could be created redundantly to wholly solve the scenarios. I invite both of you to the video solution of this game on my website. Merely email me and i will give you free access for a day or so for your review. Who knows maybe you guys will endorse it.
I am trying to post it the you tube but it is a twenty-seven minute video solution. My you tube handle is arc87123.
My solution methodology only requires five intuitively scenarios to solve the game. Additional scenario creation is inefficient and dare I say redundant.
On a side note - if any of you know how to acquire games prior to 1990 let me know as I would love to add them to my site. I followed a discussion of one from 1989 and it sounds very interesting.
Take care guys and I will follow up this time.