Monthly Archives: October 2012

Puzzle ?60 Pentomino Kakuro

Here is the Pentomino Kakuro with whole pentomino set: Cutting the pentominoes can help to solve the puzzle

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Pentomino Kakuro

Rules: Place the given pentomino pieces into the white cells of the grid to form a Kakuro puzzle: Enter a single digit from 1 to 9 into each of the remaining empty cells so that the sum of numbers in … Continue reading

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Puzzle ?59 Peers Kakuro

Here is a sweet Peers Kakuro: [Solution]

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Peers Kakuro

Rules: 1.Follow classic Kakuro rules. 2.Any cell and its symmetrical pair with regard to the center should contain two consecutive digits. Background: This is one of my puzzles. I was trying to find some Kakuro variations recently, and this one … Continue reading

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Puzzle ?58 X – Kakuro

This is really tough X – Kakuro. You need to mark possibilities of cells when you solve. [Solution]

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X – Kakuro

Rules: 1.Place a digit 1-9 in every white cells of the grid so that no digit is repeated in any sequence of vertically or horizontally connected white cells. 2.A number to the left and above each such sequence is a … Continue reading

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Non Puzzle !8 21th WPC

I was hoping for top 20 In my early years dealing with puzzles, I could not completely understand the logic of solving. If I am to understand something or feel it in my bones, I have to see the meaning … Continue reading

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