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Friday, May 8, 2009

Cave Example

Draw a loop (along the sides of the small squares) into the grid that does not intersect nor touch itself (its interior is called a cave) so that it contains all the numbers inside and each number reveals the number of cells that are visible from the given number's square (which is included). No part of the cave may have a size of 2x2.

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