July 09, 2010

Friday Puzzles #60

Busy. Easy masyu. Small is beautiful. Mistake. Fix. Not quite so beautiful. Meh.

#073 Masyu – rated easy

One that works first time. Enjoy!

#074 Masyu – rated easy

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  1. Jonah

    Now with twice the solutions! (Maybe add another white bead southwest of the northwesternmost one?)

    09 Jul 2010, 01:19

  2. Jack

    Yeah, was gonna say. The little loop segment at top left has two possible lengths.

    09 Jul 2010, 01:41

  3. A typo, obviously haha.

    Thanks for pointing it out guys. I was obviously doing things in too much of a rush. The fix now has the logic that I had in mind, although sadly it loses the symmetry. C’est la vie.

    09 Jul 2010, 13:29


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