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A small board-puzzle

Why the accepted solution is unique: I could proceed with some case-bashing, but instead I'll ask: How can this be arranged?
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21 votes
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a few signposts

The first thing to notice is that Now look at Then,
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17 votes
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A small board-puzzle

A symmetric solution (with pieces represented by Os):
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Riverboat Soufflé

Gladys went to The crossword grid and cryptic clues: The Masyu: After these,
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Masyu: Four Colours

Whilst a solution image has been posted already, a solution path has not. Since this is a pretty tricky puzzle with some interesting deductions, I figure it is worth explaining to other potential ...
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a few signposts

Here is the solution: Edit: Here is the improved solution path Previous path A solution path: For example here is a couple of such cases:
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10 votes
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Cover me, I'm going in!

Gladys is visiting The answers to the crossword clues are as follow. Then we can fill the answers into the grid, starting from the longest ones. Doing so we can gradually fill all the cells. So ...
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Continue in 6x6 Towers puzzle

In row 5:
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8 votes
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Plumbing Issues

Gladys is at This is the completed grid: Then Solution path for the grid:
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Masyu: Four Colours

Working mostly with numberlink logic and correcting errors on the fly, I have found this solution:
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a few signposts

This can be done in three main steps. First: Next: Lastly:
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What can I deduce about this daily Skyscrapers? (Mar. 18, 2024, 5x5 Easy)

Columns From the bottom of column 3, you can see only a single stack. That must mean the 5 is in the bottom-most row (otherwise you would be able to see it behind whatever other value was there). ...
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Product = Sum Sudoku (Royal Statistical Society Christmas Quiz 2023)

The magic number is: Solution:
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