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Subject: 04 Twist @ 2017-10-04 10:42 PM (#23472) (#23472) Top


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Round 4: Twist

Please post your questions about this round here.

Corrections for v2:
* 12. Strong Hitori: 'thickly outlined region' will be removed from the rules, there will not be any thickly outlined regions in this puzzle.
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Subject: Re: 04 Twist @ 2017-10-05 4:42 AM (#23501 - in reply to #23472) (#23501) Top




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12. Strong Hitori

The rules mention thickly outlined areas, but I don't see any in the example. Will there be any in the actual puzzle or is this an error?

16. Windows Windows

Can there be more than two dotted windows of the same shape and orientation? If so, do we match them in pairs or do they act as a single group, where each cell is coloured once over all of them.

Edited by Para 2017-10-05 4:44 AM
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Subject: Re: 04 Twist @ 2017-10-05 4:47 AM (#23503 - in reply to #23501) (#23503) Top


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Para - 2017-10-05 4:42 AM

12. Strong Hitori

The rules mention thickly outlined areas, but I don't see any in the example. Will there be any in the actual puzzle or is this an error?

16. Windows Windows

Can there be more than two dotted windows of the same shape and orientation? If so, do we match them in pairs or do they act as a single group, where each cell is coloured once over all of them.


12. It is an error. It will be fixed in the second version. Thanks for pointing it out. There will be no thickly outlined areas, and the example accurately depicts the puzzle.

16. There won't be more than two dotted windows of the same shape and orientation. The 'pairs' will be easily observable.
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Subject: Re: 04 Twist @ 2017-10-06 5:20 AM (#23532 - in reply to #23472) (#23532) Top





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13,14multi ESB . is this one of those puzzles in which ALL cells should be used?
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Subject: Re: 04 Twist @ 2017-10-06 5:38 AM (#23533 - in reply to #23532) (#23533) Top


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forcolin - 2017-10-06 5:20 AM

13,14multi ESB . is this one of those puzzles in which ALL cells should be used?


Yes. Since it was difficult to cover with the usual language, the sentence 'each cell is visited by exactly one loop' indicates this.
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