I started creating puzzles in year 2005 when we returned from World Puzzle Championship in Eger, Hungary and all the members of Indian Team that time realized the importance of creating puzzles. However it was year 2009 when Oğuz Atay Puzzle Contest took place and we were introduced to so many new puzzle variations. That time become very essential to create puzzles as these new puzzle type were no where available for practice. This Stardust puzzle again I created for the practice of Oğuz Atay Puzzle Contest-6 and now re-publishing it as 28th puzzle in Mini Puzzles Series.
Rules of Stardust puzzle
Locate some squares (each having the size 3x3) in the grid so that all stars are surrounded by squares. Some cells of the squares can be outside the grid, but the central cell should always be inside the grid. Squares cannot overlap each other, but they can share edges. There should not remain any star which is not surrounded by a square. Central cells of squares cannot overlap that stars.
|Stardust (Mini Puzzles Series #28)|