5 puzzle types are combined into one large puzzle:

http://www.croco-puzzle.com/Weihnachten2012/index.php

**Instructions**

Write into each field (except the 12 fields with Tapa clues already given) a number from 0 to 9, so that the 0 digit appears exactly twice and all other numbers exactly once in each row and column. Blacken some of the fields and also draw some pills into the puzzle, according to the following rules:

**Kropki**: If there is a white circle between two cells then the number in one of the cells is one greater than the other cell's number. If there is a black circle between two cells then the number in one cell is twice the number in the other cell.

**Not all of the possible circles have been drawn!**

**Gebietssummen**: The small numbers in the bold-bordered areas are the sum of all the numbers in these fields. Within a bold-bordered area, numbers are allowed to occur more than once.

**Tapa**: Blacken some cells such that all black cells are connected, and there are no 2x2 black areas. Fields marked with Tapa clues should not be black. The Tapa clues (given in the grid) specify how many of the eight adjacent fields are black: each clue corresponds to a set of joined black cells, and multiple sets must be separated by one or more white cells.

**Thermometer**: Fill each thermometer starting from the circular end so that the thermometer edge-clues (see below) indicate how many squares in the corresponding row or column are filled. Cells will be all white (for both Tapa and Thermometer) or all black (for both Tapa and Thermometer). A thermometer can be entirely white.

**Pillen**: Draw 10 pills in the white cells of the diagram with the values from 1 to 10, so each value occurs only once. The pills are a 3x1 rectangle shape, and lie horizontally or vertically. The sum of the three numbers inside the pill is its value. The pill edge-clues (see below) give the sum of all the numbers in pills in the corresponding row or column.

**The edge-clue numbers**: Each edge number is a clue for either the Pillen or the Thermometer, but never for both at once!

**Tip**: Take care of the two zeros per row/column, and also don't accidentally mistake the Tapa clues for the 0-9 numbers!