Introducing Tetronogram! (named by @MrPie)
- The puzzle is made of a grid like a nonogram.
- Notations are along the axes like a classic nonogram but numbers are replaced by the names of the tetromino.
- The names are I, L, T, O, and S.
- The tetrominoes can be flipped and rotated, therefore a J/Z tile would have the L/S notation.
- A notation of ‘L’ means there is a part of the L tile on that row or column. It can be 1 tile, 2 tiles, or 3. Same theory for other tiles.
- Most steps can be deduced by logic alone. There are 16 possible solutions (I have play tested it myself :D ), but only one make sense.
- Not all grids have to be filled.
- Different from other nonograms, there need not be a space between two tetrominoes.
Since this is a new genre of puzzle, it is highly encouraged that you explain your logic flow as you answer. Happy puzzling :)