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Basic rules

Form a loop using the dots (so, by joining orthogonally adjacent dots) such that a number N is surrounded by exactly N segments of the loop. Here's a tutorial puzzle and its unique solution:

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Actual puzzle

Here's an easy-ish slitherlink. A solution has been checked, and it should be fine, but sorry if there's any ambiguity that got past the checks.

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or play online. Have fun!

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    $\begingroup$ Wow. That's impressive. $\endgroup$ – Deusovi Dec 13 '17 at 3:48
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Solved it! It was a lot of fun!

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I'd like to point out that there are actually two answers, so this Slitherlink is not solvable through pure logic:

Answer 1

and:

Answer 2

differing in this little region:

Part solvable through logic

To fix the problem, I think it is possible to:

Swap the bottom 1 and 2 around

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