# 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. 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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### The Peculiar File

So I was browsing through my computer files earlier and I found a file I'd not seen before. I was wondering if you guys could help me figure out what it's about. This is where I found it: This is ...
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### JonMark Perry's Grid Logic Puzzle

Consider the following puzzle type proposed by JonMark Perry. Start with a square grid of arrows, each one pointing in one of the four cardinal directions. For example: You start at the top left. ...
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### WITLESS - A Puzzling Journey

IMPORTANT! READ ME: The only 'puzzle' parts of this are the links, titled 'Set X', 'Inscription X', or 'Constellation X'. Everything else is flavortext, apart from this readme section, although the ...
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### A “Letter” Slope puzzle?

Your brother has been forcing you to some read some of his frankly ridiculous poetry, so, knowing that he was never a numbers man, you decide to vex him with a Number Slope puzzle. In fact, you are so ...
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### Wumpus-hunting Masyu

You are an explorer looking to capitalize on a cave you've discovered. The goal is to construct a pathway that visitors can take safely. The problem is that the cave is full of dangers, including a ...
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### Spell out your moves and reach the exit

You are a knight, far from your familiar checkered board. You have 9 moves to escape, but there are some rules. Each region must contain all letters matching the number move you are making. So, the ...
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### Introducing: Number Slope™

Number Slope™1 is an original2 grid deduction puzzle similar to Sudoku. It is solved on an n-by-n grid, tiled with n n-ominoes. The rules are: Each number from 1 to n must occur once and only once in ...
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### Question 16 Ripple Effect

This is a Ripple Effect puzzle. The rules of this puzzle are: Fill in each region with numbers from 1 to n, where n is the region size. For instance, the top left region must have the numbers 1 to 5 ...
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### How to solve this 0hn0 position?

What should be my next step in this game of 0hn0? I've managed to get this far, but none of the numbers are completed except the "1" in the top right, and there are so many possibilities for how each ...
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### What is the answer to this IQ test problem?

What is the answer to this IQ test problem? Justify your reasoning.
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### My Uncle's Music Box

Unfortunately, my favorite uncle just passed away. He's the one that taught me all about puzzling, and supposedly found Davey Jones' treasure in his youth. I miss him very much, however, I just ...