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A Minesweeper Sudoku

Here some comments on how I arrived at my solution. Placing the mines and the 3s and 1s was the major goal from the start, including the constraints imposed on those positions by the number of mines ...
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A Minesweeper Sudoku

Brilliant puzzle, indeed. I have been in an on/off relationship since the puzzle was first shown on LogicMasters. Unfortunately, if I am not completely mistaken, the puzzle doesn't have a unique ...
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Heyacrazy: Fan-made edition

Solution: Explanation:
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They are all linked!

First, the solved Blue letters Red letters Green letters Dotted regions What do these seven things have in common?
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Stitches solution and tips

Here is the detailed answer: (feel free to make it clearer) First a bit of naming. As: R: the Red block TY: the Top Yellow block BY: the Bottom Yellow block TB: the Top Blue block BB: the Bottom Blue ...
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How many solutions in this Statue Park (Loop)?

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This new puzzle type needs a name {OVERLAPPED EDITION}

Rules: Solution: Name of puzzle: Solve path:
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Stitches solution and tips

This puzzle type is new to me. While I cannot (yet) provide a full logical path to the solution, I have some initial observations that may help you get unstuck: With a bit of trial and error (which I ...
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Make sense of the grids

The two grids hide two messages: These are both... The technique to produce the final answers involves... It's also worth noting from a puzzle design point of view that...
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Shaka/shawaka: Trominoes

Again.. it's me. :) So Let's go... With the help of marginal law mentioned in my previous answer, we can progress. The obvious place to start is ... Then if we move to the top right cell Now let's ...
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a six-by-six KenKen

Thanks for sharing the puzzle. It was indeed challenging and fun. There might be a simpler initial break-in, but here is my attempt. Finished solution:
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a six-by-six KenKen

The answer itself: Explanation (click to enlarge):
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Shaka/shawaka: An introduction

I had never played this game before, so thanks for the interesting puzzle. I will note down here how I tackled this problem, briefly. For convenience, I will lable the grid as below. Procedure The ...
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Shaka/shawaka: An introduction

orange, then pink is easy expand with red and brown realize the light green is needed, enlarging those areas causes problems; and then also dark green the blues finish the puzzle The picture
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Food over friendship

The person who gets the apple is: Because this is: Step 1: Step 2: Next, realise that: Step 3:
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Logical Deduction Persistence Test

Solution! Logical reasoning (For referencing cells, I will imagine the grid is filled out with numbers 1-49 like this) The start One way path No cell left behind Endpoints Finishing the sides ...

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