A twist on an unusual variant that I have solved some examples of recently and enjoyed so much that I wanted to create my own:
Standard Sudoku rules apply.
Each digit in the grid represents a skyscraper of that height. Clues outside the grid give the height of the first skyscraper that cannot be seen when looking into the grid from the position of the clue. A skyscraper is visible only when it is taller than all buildings in front of it.
All possible odd clues are given. That is, if there is no clue in a particular position, then the first skyscraper that can not be seen from that position must not be odd
Lösungscode: Row 6, Column 5
am 13. Februar 2020, 18:09 Uhr von Statistica
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