This is a Friday corral puzzle, with the exception that cells with numbers are allowed to be inside or outside the loop. Note that cells outside the loop only see cells outside the loop, until blocked by the loop or the edge of the grid.
In case you didn’t like Wednesday’s In/Out which only contained the digit 2, I made this one so that 2’s the only digit that doesn’t appear!
This is a Wednesday corral puzzle, with the exception that cells with numbers are allowed to be inside or outside the loop. Note that for cells outside the loop only see cells outside the loop, until blocked by the loop or the edge of the grid.
This is a Tuesday corral puzzle.
This is exactly as many digits of pi as I know by heart. I used to have Near A Raven mostly memorized, but I don’t remember almost any of it, and it’s not necessary to actually ever use that many decimal places (unless, of course, you are writing an entire book using its digits!). Again, as with most of the puzzles this week, it isn’t very hard, but I am happy that I was able to get it to work as intended!
This is a Tuesday puzzle. Shade in some cells of the grid so that all of the shaded cells are contiguous, every group of contiguous white cells touch the edge, and there are no 2×2 groups of shaded cells. In addition, the numbers on the outside represent the number of consecutive blocks of cells that they would see if they were instead buildings that high of cells, like a skyscraper. (So if a clue on the top of the grid saw VERTICAL segments of lengths 1,3,2,3,4 it would see the 1, the first 3 and the 4, and would be a 3)
Almost 2-3 rotationally symmetric. I had another version that was, but it sacrificed most of the fun logic.