This is a 1.5-star puzzle. However, the puzzle genre is unknown…read on. There are at least three puzzle types on which this grid has a unique solution using their respective rules. Guess the three puzzle types first, but highlight this … Continue reading
This is a 4.0-star Cipher Slitherlink puzzle; that is, a Slitherlink puzzle with a Cipher twist. Each letter stands for a digit between 0, 1, 2, or 3. Identical letters stand for the same digit, and different letters stand for … Continue reading
This is a 4.5-star Slitherlink puzzle. (Click the image to enlarge.) Edit of 2011/07/22: Fixed an ambiguity. This is what you call “abstract art puzzle”. I just go as what I want to add. Note some sub-patterns here, including two … Continue reading
This is a 3.5-star Slitherlink puzzle. I forgot to post this one…it was in my puzzle book for more than two months ago (I think).
This is the link to the Bintang Mulia Puzzle Competition 01 (BMPC01)’s puzzles, in PDF format. Results: Bintang Mulia Division 1. David Limenta (300/300) 2. Antonio Kylanel (250/300) 3. Yoane Eritza (180/300) Internet Division None…yet You can join! Just e-mail … Continue reading
This is a 3.5-star Slitherlink puzzle. If I start with a pattern, the resulting puzzle won’t be as hard as this one for some unknown reason. Just every clue is used in the solving process. With a givens density of … Continue reading
This is a Slitherlink puzzle. Why I listed this as special? 1. I made this entirely in head. I only use paper for testsolving it. 2. Shade the inner cells of the loop and try to find a pattern… See … Continue reading
This is a 2.0-star Slitherlink puzzle. This one is easy. A beginner on Slitherlink might practice with this puzzle.
This is a 4.5-star Slitherlink puzzle. First time I created a 10×10 Slitherlink is given with a good pattern, a flower. I’m not a good pattern designer anyway, so don’t comment on the pattern if you find it “undecipherable”.
This is a 3.0-star Slitherlink puzzle. Yes, I’m in a happy mood today. How do you know that?