kiwijam wrote:Often instruction books are full of small and trivial cases, but in this case there are good quality puzzles being used as examples. Which bodes well for the tournament! I particularly enjoyed Star Battle, Hashi, and Paint By 3. Perhaps they were real puzzles that didn't make the final cut? Anyway, thanks to Gareth.
Note: In the final puzzle (Inequality Castle) the given domino set is all the 1-6 dominoes, but the solution requires the 1-7 dominoes.
Akuma21 wrote:Hi, it's possible that's in "Paint by 3" a 3 is not shaded?? I stay on this puzzle a lot and i don't find other solutions
GarethMoore wrote:Akuma21 wrote:Hi, it's possible that's in "Paint by 3" a 3 is not shaded?? I stay on this puzzle a lot and i don't find other solutions
The puzzle is valid and there is a unique solution which agrees with all of the rules. I'll publish the full solutions once the tournament closes, after the weekend. I'm afraid you'll have to wait until then, because people are still competing.
I see you didn't submit for this puzzle, but if you have any queries on your scoring then please do use the comments box at the bottom of the results page - that way only Alan and I can see it.
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