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Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Loop by Numbers (Mini Puzzles Series #22)

This puzzle type appeared in Oguz Atay Puzzle Contest (OAPC)-7 championship with name Zahlenbild-Rundweg. I think "Zahlenbild-Rundweg" means Loop by Numbers. So I have used Loop by Numbers puzzle name to publish this puzzle type on this blog. There are many puzzles of this type I have created 5 years back and published here. This Loop by Numbers is an easy puzzle and I am re-publishing it as 22nd puzzle in Mini Puzzles Series.
Rules of Loop by Numbers puzzle
Fences puzzle Rules apply. Additionally the numbers outside the diagram provide additional information about how many fields of this column/row are inside the loop. Each number represents one group of fields inside the loop. Each group contains linked fields equal to its number. Different groups must have at least one field outside the loop between them. Given clues are in increasing order.

Loop by Numbers (Mini Puzzles Series #22)
Loop by Numbers (Mini Puzzles Series #22)

Next Mini Puzzles Series puzzle HAMLE (Mini Puzzles Series #23)

Solution of Logical Puzzles Series puzzle titled Akkoy (Logical Puzzles Series #7)
Akkoy (Logical Puzzles Series #7) Solution
Akkoy (Logical Puzzles Series #7) Solution




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4 comments:

  1. just a doubt..shouldnt the third column have 5 as the clue instead of 6?

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  2. 6 looks correct as six parts of the square comes inside the loop. do let me if it contradicts any puzzle instruction?

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  3. As there are only 5 squares total (either in or out) in that column, it seems unlikely that 6 of them could be inside the loop :-)

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  4. You are very much right. Sorry I overlooked the first comment. I have corrected the puzzle now.

    Thansk for your feedback. Looking forward for more such feedback.

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