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.
Here is a monday puzzle, although I might have made it too easy. This relates to the recent government shutdown….. sigh. America…. wat r u doin? Interestingly, this actually the 17th shutdown, which almost no one knows, they are advertising it on the news stations like it is the first and no one knows what is going to happen. Anyways, this puzzle is the American flag. I wanted to have the bright red and blue colors, but in case you print it out or the colors are some other issue, I made another version to fix that on the bottom. It is the same puzzle though.
Here’s a really fun Friday tricky puzzle, to finish off the first week of puzzles. This one is a battleship puzzle, with 1 4-size, 2 3-size, 3 2-size, and 4 1-size ships, with a 5×5 subgrid in which you should put 1 3-size ship, 2 2-size ships and 3 1-size ships. If you haven’t been doing the extra grid puzzles, you might want to start with #1, #2, or #4 which is an easy Monday puzzle i have planned.
Until then, here are two last thoughts I realized to think about over the weekend:
“Unfinished” and “Never ending” seem to bee synonyms, but one means goes on too long, and the other means stops too short.
“Fast food” is an oxymoron. Think about it until it makes sense.
Recently, due to chaotic_iak, I’ve been enjoying the extra grid variation. I want to see how many puzzles I can apply it to, and will be doing those for a little while. Solve this puzzle as a loop puzzle, with the extra restriction that the green squares put together would form an extra valid loop grid.