April 08, 2011

Friday Puzzles #99

This week’s puzzle is a Nurikabe, but with a slightly novel feel to it. If you initially flounder, don’t panic, it is still definitely an easy. Enjoy!

#125 Nurikabe – rated easy

All puzzles © Tom Collyer 2009-11

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  1. Thomas Snyder

    Exactly as advertised, with a nice spread-out theme. Thanks.

    09 Apr 2011, 07:39

  2. Ours brun

    Thomas said it all. An easy but interesting puzzle; which is always a hard goal to achieve for an author, as both of them tend to be mutually exclusive.


    09 Apr 2011, 21:28

  3. Deb Mohanty

    Extremely pleasing solve. Thanks for sharing.

    12 Apr 2011, 11:16

  4. mathgrant

    “Easy”? Come on, man. As an expert, I had no real difficulty solving this beautiful puzzle, but there is no way on earth I would recommend it to a beginner! My puzzle 277 (http://mathgrant.blogspot.com/2009/08/puzzle-277-streaming-content-20.html) would be more appropriate for a beginner than this is. :)

    23 Apr 2011, 17:23

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