This is the 4th and final "Odd Pentomino Sudoku" puzzle.
Normal Sudoku rules apply.
Two of the 3x3 boxes have their odd digits marked in grey. In each remaining box the odd digits form the shape of a unique pentomino.
Clarifications / Errata:
Rotations and Reflections of the shown pentominos are allowed, but each labeled shape can only be used once.
List of all possible pentominos is included for reference only. 7 of the 8 are used in this puzzle.
This concludes all of the puzzles I expect to create with "odd pentomino" rules. Thank you to everyone who solved any, or all, of them.
If you have any feedback on the series as a whole (difficulty, release timings, etc) please leave me a comment below. I'm already working on a second puzzle series with a new set of rules, and appreciate any suggestions.
Lösungscode: Rows 2 and 8
am 26. Mai 2021, 02:55 Uhr von BenceJoful
An excellent little series, I enjoyed it thoroughly, and even felt like I was getting better at the Pentomino logic by the end. It was interesting that the earlier puzzles had extra rules (killer/little killer), while the later ones were simpler.
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am 22. März 2021, 12:31 Uhr von Krokant
This is indeed a really nice series of puzzles. I had a lot of fun solving them.
am 21. April 2020, 23:06 Uhr von Mesmer
That was a very nice puzzle series. I solved them during these quite calm, cause of coronavirus, days at work. Not too easy, not too hard, just fine. Well done!
am 16. April 2020, 09:54 Uhr von Nylimb
Nice series of puzzles; thanks.
I used the non-repetition constraint at least twice for this one.
am 16. April 2020, 05:07 Uhr von Eggr
Thanks for the feedback. That's an interesting point about the non-repetition, because my intended solution path definitely relied on it. Now I'm curious about what shortcut circumvents it, and how many others found a different path.
am 15. April 2020, 16:28 Uhr von marcmees
definitely had fun solving them and I am confident that the next series will be as much fun. Thanks