# Bringing Nonograms to a New Dimension

This is a 4D nonogram.

Rules:

• Imagine six stacks with six layers of nonograms.
• Each of the 36 diagrams with numbers aside represents one layer from the top to the bottom of the stack.
• The numbers within the pale-yellow diagrams belong to the line at the corresponding position from the top to the bottom (or from the left to the right) through all layers of the stack/ hyper-stack.
• Blank clues meant that the pattern is unknown.
• All numbers are one-digit numbers. Therefore, 11 means one-one, not eleven!
• Interpret the final answer with text.

Apologies - Error(s) found

All errors found have been highlighted and are in red. Please comment if there are any more issues. Thanks!

• Is a blank row meant to indicate that no squares in that row/column are filled in? In the top-left nonogram, 1-2-1 should put a filled square in an unmarked column. Or am I misreading the 4d-nature of the puzzle? Oct 31, 2019 at 11:41
• @Somebody There are rows/columns with "0", so I think the lack of a number means there can be any number of filled cells in that row/column.
– Jafe
Oct 31, 2019 at 12:21
• no idea how I missed that but that makes sense. thanks! Oct 31, 2019 at 12:29
• I think there is a mistake, the bottom left is not solvable
– GAB
Oct 31, 2019 at 13:11
• Bottom left looks OK to me (though I could be missing something) but bottom right seems to run into a contradiction very quickly. @OmegaKrypton please check? (And if a correction is needed, please provide an easy way to tell what's changed.) Thanks! Oct 31, 2019 at 13:19

Reinier

The solved puzzle is:

(I believe that the solution is not completely unique, but at those points I made the choices that seemed most reasonable.)

Now we can read of the following text: