by **x0_000** » Fri Jul 14, 2017 12:04 pm

i wrote a puzzle today! I'm planning on making a bunch more so it's a warm up before I make something more ambitious. I'll post them in this thread as they get made in case anyone wants to try and solve them

note: both puzzles have the same solution, the second one just has less clues for a harder(?) solve

this one is a

Kakuro puzzle, but it has a slight twist to it, so here's the rules for solving:

Place a digit from 1 to 9 in each box so that no digit repeats across a row or column. For the 2x2 boxes, the digit counts for both rows/columns it’s in. If there is a number pointing at a row or column, that number is the sum of the digits in that row/column.

[url=http://errorfunction.tumblr.com/post/162962243214/havent-had-much-time-to-do-any-pixel-art-that-i]i wrote a puzzle today![/url] I'm planning on making a bunch more so it's a warm up before I make something more ambitious. I'll post them in this thread as they get made in case anyone wants to try and solve them

[img]http://68.media.tumblr.com/872280ab2020f5ad89597a5ba253a4e4/tumblr_ot26nkAHqF1r4pvnao1_400.png[/img][img]http://68.media.tumblr.com/2c588053ce9e9512a4f5840a412a3021/tumblr_ot26nkAHqF1r4pvnao2_400.png[/img]

note: both puzzles have the same solution, the second one just has less clues for a harder(?) solve

this one is a [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kakuro]Kakuro[/url] puzzle, but it has a slight twist to it, so here's the rules for solving:

[quote]Place a digit from 1 to 9 in each box so that no digit repeats across a row or column. For the 2x2 boxes, the digit counts for both rows/columns it’s in. If there is a number pointing at a row or column, that number is the sum of the digits in that row/column.[/quote]