Nanro

Rules and Tips for standard puzzle types, and their variants
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pinkagape
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Nanro

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Nanro is one of my favourite types. Here is my guide.
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pinkagape
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Here are two examples.

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pinkagape wrote: Wed 16 Feb, 2022 7:45 pm Nanro is one of my favourite types. Here is my guide.
This looks an interesting type for me to get to grips with. So, based on the pink example, "single connected group" actually means "single edge-connected group"? Apologies if this is obvious to everyone else, but I am still struggling to get to grips with this parallel universe of Puzzles that takes me out of my traditional comfort zone!
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Yes, that’s perhaps clearer. The numbers must all be connected along edges to make one group.
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pinkagape wrote: Thu 17 Feb, 2022 9:46 am Yes, that’s perhaps clearer. The numbers must all be connected along edges to make one group.
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Here's two more examples for you.

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