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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.

There is a $5\times5$ grid where you are supposed to put all two digit numbers which consist only of the digits $1$ to $5$, namely $11,12,13,14,15$,$21,22$,.... The task is to put all these two digit …
asked Oct 28 '17 by Oray
While creating a grid-deduction puzzle, I believe you need two programmings: A brute-force programming that solves the problem quickly and create randomly different puzzles which have unique solutio …
answered Mar 5 '18 by Oray
You are given a $9\times9$ grid board. You have 40 "$1$"s and 41 "$0$"s. You can put these numbers wherever you want on the board. After that, you will take the sum of the numbers in each row and co …
You are supposed to create a new $5$x$5$ Futoshiki puzzle with the least amount of clues possible, but this puzzle needs a unique answer. In other words, What is the minimum number of clues for \$5 …