# Tapa-Nurikolor (Level 6)

Previous level: Massive NuriKolor (Level 5) (Red-Fury)
Next level: Nurikolor (Level 7)

We now have Tapa involved in the Nurikolor puzzle, and this is the 6th one (if you include a spinoff.)

• There are colored numbers on the grid, which indicate the number of tiles the group of its color holds.
• There are tiles with 1 color, which indicate the color of the tile.
• There are tiles with 2 or more colors, which indicate intersections of colors. All intersections are shown, and these are the only intersections.
• Grey tiles are not part of any group; they just serve as barriers.
• The goal is to have every non-grey tile covered by a type of color.
• 2 by 2 non-grey squares of the same color are illegal.
• In future levels, there will be multiple numbers of the same color. Their groups must never intersect or be orthogonally adjacent to each other.
• There will be colored lines in certain places. The same-color group may not cross through the colored lines, although they must border the line.
• There may be intersections that aren't fully colored. It is also your job to color it.
• NEW: There are now "X"s on the board. This means the colored group cannot go into a "X" of the same color.
• SPECIAL: Tapa rules can also apply here, and all clues are on the gray squares.

Rules of Tapa:
Color black cells to create a single connected wall. Numbers in a cell indicate the length of consecutive shaded blocks of the same color in the neighboring cells. If there is more than one number in a cell, then there must be at least one different-colored cell between the colored cell groups. The shaded cells cannot form a 2×2 square anywhere in the grid.

Colorblind version:

--- --- --- --- --- --- -p- --- --- ---
--- xxx --- --- p16 --- -?? --- xxx ---
--- --- --- xxx --- --- --- --- --- ---
-p- -?? --- --- --- xxx --- xxx --- k13
--- --- --- xxx --- -g- --- -c- --- y17
b12 --- --- --- -g7 --- xxx -yc --- -y-
--- --- xxx --- xxx --- -c8 --- -?c ---
--- --- -o- --- -r7 --- xxx --- -y- ---
-r6 xxx -?? -?? -rx --- -o- o11 xxx ---
--- --- -y- --- --- -?? --- -?? --- ---

R2C2 b8
R2C9 k6p2
R3C4 b2k1p5
R4C6 p5c1g2
R4C8 p5c3
R5C4 p3g5
R6C7 g1c5y1r2
R7C3 r2g3r1o2
R7C5 g3r5
R8C7 r2c2o4
R9C2 r3o3r1y2
R9C9 o3y6

r = red, o = orange, y = yellow, g = green, c = cyan, b = blue, p = purple, k = pink, xxx = gray, ?? = unknown

• How does the Tapa rule work? Commented Oct 13, 2020 at 5:35
• Will clarify :3 Commented Oct 13, 2020 at 5:38
• You're not sure how your own puzzle works?
– Deusovi
Commented Oct 13, 2020 at 5:54
• Wait, what do you mean then? If you're not sure that the rules are accurate to Tapa, you can just write the rules in a way that is accurate instead, no?
– Deusovi
Commented Oct 13, 2020 at 6:06
• Wait... I just noticed that somehow one of 6 puzzles in the series, which is puzzle 5, is written by Anonymous instead of Player1456... Now I'm confused... Commented Oct 13, 2020 at 7:13