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How to play Lumosity Fuse Clues
A tutorial video of how to play Fuse Clues, a Lumosity problem solving game. PRESS PLAY TO WATCH THE VIDEO.I am a moderator in this community Before you post a link, please check our links policy
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I'm trying to get to 13 sets at level 6 (I was able to get to 12 sets at level 6). There is so much luck involved at that levelrandomly getting 13 clue sets that are figured out within 2 answers (or lucking into it). Am I missing something easy? I'm applying flawless logic on elimination and selection along with probability theory, but the average it takes to guess a set is about 8.5 to 9.5 cards no matter how sophisticated I get. Help! I'm at try 200+ and only got close once.
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Maybe our resident Lumosity expert Foolish Mortal can help you. He has finished level 12.

Nah, I definitely can't outdo flawless logic, even if it's "only" flawless in "only" two aspects.

Originally posted by Guest View PostI'm trying to get to 13 sets at level 6 (I was able to get to 12 sets at level 6). There is so much luck involved at that levelrandomly getting 13 clue sets that are figured out within 2 answers (or lucking into it). Am I missing something easy? I'm applying flawless logic on elimination and selection along with probability theory, but the average it takes to guess a set is about 8.5 to 9.5 cards no matter how sophisticated I get. Help! I'm at try 200+ and only got close once.I am a moderator in this community Before you post a link, please check our links policy
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The entry levels of fuse clues seem very accessible I tried to help a fuse client today working on level 11–the patterns there do not seem to follow any traditional pattern nor sequence logic. Have others found this frustration ?
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A tutorial video of how to play Fuse Clues, a Lumosity problem solving game.
From the above video:
"Hi everybody. Today, I am going to show you how to play Fuse Clues.
In this game, you are given a set of green numbers, and between the green numbers are empty slots. The aim of this game is for you to recognize the patterns between the green numbers and then drag the appropriate orange number into the slot.
Here, looking at these two numbers, we can see that the number from the left to right is increasing, therefore, we would not drag the 6 to put it here, because that means 7 is decreasing to 6. We expect a higher number than 7, and the number has to be less than 13. So, we drag the 10 and put it here, and here, we expect the number to be higher than 13 because the number is increasing from left to right. Therefore, we drag 16 and put it here. And then we click submit. And once I’ve done that, a fuse is lit, which means that I got it right.
Here’s another example. Looking at these two numbers, we can see that the difference between them is 7 and the green numbers are increasing from left to right. Therefore, we expect the difference between this number and this number to also be 7, and that this number is less than this number. Therefore, we drag down 62. Here, we expect the difference between this number and this number to be 7. And, this number has to be higher than this number because the numbers are increasing from left to right, therefore we drag down 55. So now there is a difference of 7 between all the numbers. Once I’ve done that and click submit, the fuse is lit, which means I got it right."I am a moderator in this community Before you post a link, please check our links policy
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