(Published on 6. December 2013, 12:00 by Richard)
Place the given pentominos into the grid so that no two of
them share an edge. They can touch diagonally, though: every node where two pentominos share a corner is marked with a black dot. Pentominos may be rotated and reflected.
Example with Tetrominos (Instruction booklet WPC 2013):
Solution code: Row 3, followed by row 8. For every cell the letter of the pentomino and '-' for an empty cell.
Last changed on on 8. December 2013, 09:23
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on 8. December 2013, 09:23 by Richard
Changed the name of the puzzle
on 8. December 2013, 08:43 by Mody
Das hat wirklich Spaß gemacht :)
on 6. December 2013, 16:02 by Alex
on 6. December 2013, 14:13 by Statistica
Nice construction, thanks!
on 6. December 2013, 13:16 by Richard
I see now a small difference between example and puzzle: In the example NOT all tetrominos are used; in the real puzzle ALL pentominos have to be placed in the grid!