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This month's $100 question (not a real prize)

Part 1: The Solved Grid The solved grid is below: The logic for the left side portions was relatively straightforward. There were no particularly difficult steps - just searching for the next place ...
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`print("Hello, World!")`

... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
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Go mad with this one-dimensional jigsaw

The answer to this puzzle... We find this by: Doing so results in something that looks like this (in spoiler, below) and the final answer can be read off: A note on my solve path:
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Ernie and the Lock-down Puzzle

Ernie's jigsaw puzzle isn't as straightforward as it seems, as it's actually: One way of assembling the pieces legally is: How will you know when you have succeeded? PS Ernie definitely has a sense ...
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Masyu jigsaw puzzle

I believe this is the unique solution:
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Jigsaw possible?

I think
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Grandma's Rebuses

Rebus solutions Top "row" Middle "row" Bottom "row" Assembly Decoding Final Rebus
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Jigsaw possible?

Here's one possible solution:
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United States Map

Whew! The puzzle fills in like this: Each puzzle piece is The marked cells
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Sergeant Sequence brings in the analysts

Terne is in Solving the nonogram yields This is where the key comes in: so it's clearly a Doing some quick maths, we get Now, if we The eight colored squares now clearly represent The colors ...
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Gladys spins the wheel

She is at Filled crossword Grey parts
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1 dimensional jigsaw

The solution is:
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A friendly jigsaw

He has to 1st level 2nd level 3rd level
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Pulling Apart a Jigsaw Puzzle

To a real-life problem I had to give a real-life answer: But you asked for an actual tiling, without gaps, so here it is. PS: there is a simpler pattern where pairs disassemble with a single ...
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This month's $100 question (not a real prize)

Partial: Criss Cross and Three to one solved (There are three letters missing to the right of ‘Three to one’ that I can’t yet place without solving the bottom right area) Three to one: Criss cross: ...
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Ten suspicious coasters

It's possible to get So... Update:
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Cannot solve Ubongo Extreme B37 yellow puzzle

First, you'll need to and then they'll fit: Solution method: The most constrained piece is very likely going to be the 11: it has a deep notch that won't fit any part of the edge, so it has to be ...
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Sergeant Sequence brings in the analysts

We can start off by... Next... From here... Now... Finally...
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Maze-Jigsaw Fusion

A possible line of thinking to complete the jigsaw: Firstly I then solved the maze like so: Next CodeWarrior0 has also found some nice Easter eggs:
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The Hyper-Modern Kidnapper: Crime Scene #3

The completed puzzle looks like this: To which the message is: But there's another hidden message:
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Another faceless jigsaw

Here is an alternative solution that has a bit more structure to it:
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Jigsaw Logic: ?s galore

Let's start by just attempting to complete the puzzle, and see how far I get: WARNING! I didn't know how to effectively spoiler my whole answer, so it's not covered. read at your own risk! Let's ...
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Changing the system

Completed grid: The letters in the clues and the resulting answers The marked spaces in the grid and presumably Stiv is proposing this as an Oh, I should also say which solutions are to which ...
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Interlocking puzzle piece with rotational symmetry

So, you'll want to start with a square (because of the grid shape requirement) deform each edge in the same way (because of the rotation requirement) preserve the point symmetry of each edge wrt the ...
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Towering Above – a jigsaw crossword

Gladys is visiting Here's the crossword: And now the jigsaw pieces, with letters on horizontal pieces shown in blue and those on vertical pieces shown in red: You'll notice that What a remarkable ...
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Build your own™ Dominosa!

The solved dominosa looks like this At the start there is only one way to place an 88 and 38, this leaves only one way to place the 33 and just two possibilities for the 44. After that we try to ...
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A firm farewell - Rest in piece

Okay well this is what I have However
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Ten suspicious coasters

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Masyu jigsaw puzzle

I thought it was a shame such a nice puzzle didn't have an explanation of its solve path. So here's mine! Click through to get the (large) full-size images. "Connectivity deduction" means &...
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The Piece in the Corner of my Jigsaw Puzzle

This puzzle describe the lyrics of our favorite song So final answer is
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