PuzzleScot wrote:ABC-Box (example)
Write one of the specified letters in each cell of the diagram.
The letters by the grid indicate the sequence that the letters
appear in that row or column, in the correct order.
The same letter appearing consecutively will only be specified once.
A question mark in the given sequence indicates an unknown letter
The first click enters the letter A in the cell. subsequent clicks
display subsequent letters. After the last letter is reached,
another click will delete the box contents.
A click in the lower right corner of the cell starts the expert mode
for this cell only. In expert mode, you can toggle each letter one at a time
on and off. Clicking again in the lower right corner closes expert mode.
Letter keys: Enters the relevant letter in the highlighted cell
Space: delete cell contents
#: toggle between the expert mode and normal mode.
In expert mode, you can individually toggle each letter with the letter keys
This is a correct translation, and also a correct way of stating the rules.Blacken some cells in the diagram, and fill in the remaining cells with digits from the given range (indicated by 'Zahlen von 1 bis (max)').
The numbers beside and above the grid indicate, in the correct order, the sum of consecutive blocks of digits, appearing in unblackened cells, in the respective row or column. A block may be just one single digit.
No digit may appear more than once in each row or column.
sknight wrote:Masyu (example)
Instructions: Draw a single loop, traveling horizontally and vertically, connecting the centers of the cells. The loop must pass through every cell containing a circle ("pearl"). At each cell containing a black pearl, the loop must make a 90-degree turn, and must travel straight for at least two squares on either side of the pearl. At each cell containing a white pearl, the loop must pass straight through the pearl, and must make a 90-degree turn in at least one of the cells immediately before or after the pearl.
Mouse Controls: (from 30 May 2011)
With the mouse button pressed, drag between adjacent cells to draw lines.
Clicking on a cell border once draws a line across that border. Clicking again draws an X to indicate that there cannot be a line across that border. Clicking a third time will erase any marks on that border.
Alternatively, you may drag the mouse between cells to draw a line continuously.
Keyboard controls: (from 30 May 2011)
Move the cursor while holding the SHIFT key to draw a line between adjacent cells.
Repeat the process over a drawn line to replace it with a cross, and repeat this process again to clear all marks between the 2 cells.
#, *, and Q keys draw a line on the highlighted border.
/ and W keys draw an X on the highlighted border.
Spacebar clears the highlighted border.
Escape toggles between a horizontal and vertical cursor.
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