Hokuro is a puzzle that was introduced to the Puzzling Stack Exchange on December 2nd, 2020 by sarsapilla as an entry for Fortnightly Topic Challenge #44: Introduce a new grid deduction genre to the community. It is a puzzle inspired by Kakuro, and it has similar rules.
Hokuro is a grid-deduction puzzle with the following rules:
Each cell contains one of the following symbols:
Each arrow indicates a step in that direction, while the dot indicates no movement.
The clues in the black cells show the sum of the movements indicated by the symbols in the corresponding row/column.
Symbols in consecutive white cells must be unique (a 'sum' cannot contain the same symbol more than twice)
In some cases it might come in handy to sneak a peek at the Hokuro Cheat Sheet
The puzzle (which hopefully has a unique solution):
Please give feedback as this is my first Hokuro puzzle that I've ever made