Questions tagged [grid-deduction]

Puzzles such as Sudoku or Kakuro, where the final state of a pre-existing grid must be deduced logically through clues placed within and/or around the grid. Use with the [logical-deduction] tag. For puzzles where you are given a list of clues which can be used to compose a grid to solve them logically, use the [logic-grid] tag instead.

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Grandma's keynote

Found this note which is addressed To my grandma, in her chest Since she's passed now, here's my quest.. What tickled her interest? And who invited her as guest?
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How to prevent overcluing in a Statue Park?

I'm interested in making some Statue Park puzzles. This genre seems easy to accidentally overclue. I have read Deusovi's grid-deduction creation guide, but all it had to say was this: When placing ...
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Not a sudoku, but still fun?

Context: I was trying to solve some of the puzzles on this site, when it occurred to me to make a puzzle variant myself. I immediately could construct one with my additional rule. Making an ...
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A robot moving on a grid. Part 2

This is an extension of the discussion A robot is placed on a grid point. At each move the robot must take three steps along the edge of the grid. After each step the robot must turn right. Lengths of ...
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WITLESS Inscription 5

2 days ago, TheGreatEscaper had to take down Inscription 5 of WITLESS - A Puzzling Journey, due to (can you clarify TheGreatEscaper?) the lack of a solution. Can anyone think of a valid Inscription ...
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A monster slitherlink!

Does anyone want to have a stab at this monster slitherlink? Source: https://mellowmelon.wordpress.com/2010/03/17/puzzle-217/