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This is a Friday hitori that has two solutions. Can you find both of them?
I could have done something to make the solution unique, but I preferred keeping the aesthetic theme in tact.
Here are Wednesday and Thursday hitoris, (although this week is a bit on the easier side, I think.)
The Wednesday puzzle is another meta-autological puzzle. This means that it is something which not only describes itself but also describes the fact that it is describing itself like this sentence does. It also has a space between every pair of letters 10n and 10n+1 so it can be read easily in the grid.
(If you follow me on twitter, you have already seen the first one. Sorry :\)
This is a Tuesday hitori puzzle.
This is a small but fun hitori puzzle for Mon.
This is a Tuesday seek and spell puzzle. There also might be another puzzle somewhere, so if the words in the puzzle aren’t a red flag to you, check the tags on this post.
Solve the following Hitori puzzle, so that the shaded cells rotated 45 degrees form a second valid hitori grid.
This is a (next) Wednesday puzzle, as in I was in Connecticut all week for my brother’s wedding, but now I have plenty of puzzles to come!
I don’t really like hitori puzzles, i think I’m going make a new puzzle called a “HIT-OR-mIss” puzzle (aww, I’m so clever) in which pairs of letters are in the grid, and you have to shade one(“HIT”) and unshade one (“MISS”) to fit the same requirements.