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Targeted Therapy

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In this game you need to destroy all cancer cells by means of targeted therapy. The cancer cells are lined up in a straigt line with a fixed number of spaces. Each time you target one of the cancer cells to destroy it. After that all the remaining cancer cells will split in two and leave the original position, moving to the adjacent spaces to the left and right. Two cancer cells moving to the same space will merge into one. Continue destroying cancer cells in this manner until all cancer cells are destroyed. If you cannot destroy all cancer cells within a set number of turns, then the therapy fails and the game is over. You need to plan carefully and strategically in order to destroy all the cancer cells. The fewer moves you use and the faster you finish, the higher your rank.
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