Comments on 2013-09-04's Tapaprasanna16391 commented at 2013-09-04 00:09:32 A little difficult to start with. Perhaps I shouldn't have been so stubborn to not use uniqueness logic and actually see where the connectivity breaks. At least I didn't make a mistake on a big puzzle again like the first day. macherlakumar commented at 2013-09-04 00:19:58 Honestly started at a point where I did not deduce any logic to shade it. Solved most of puzzle on guess work and intuition. Too hard puzzle for me, should solve it logically now.prasanna16391 commented at 2013-09-04 00:25:16 Actually I looked back and tried to spot another break-in. Is R3C6 the only break-in? Quite a nice one, but makes it a little narrow. I'll probably have to go and see others' solves and how they've done it. yureklis commented at 2013-09-04 00:43:22 Yes, it is difficult, but some of 35 Tapas must be difficult. This one is one of them. I planned to hide the starting point, I think it's done. You should consider these clues together: R2C5 + R3C7 + R4C6 (This is a clue pattern that I discovered recently). Then you can complete the puzzle smoothly.macherlakumar commented at 2013-09-04 00:44:55 Just now solved it logically. R3C6 is the break-in (coincidentally this is where I started R4C7 just diagonal) where I found the solving path to progress quickly. After that it is all about connectivity.
Brilliantly constructed with more difficulty level.
10+ :)gareth commented at 2013-09-04 06:19:38 Too hard for me, but that's probably just me and not a criticism of the puzzle.