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Fence Pattern Puzzle

(Eingestellt am 19. Juni 2020, 17:52 Uhr von Carrick22)

Fence Pattern

In this puzzle, you must draw lines according to the following rules :

  • The lines must form a single closed loop.
  • All points in the grid must be part of the loop.
  • Grey cells must lie inside the loop, black letters must be outside the loop.
  • The same letters must have the same pattern of lines drawn on their four edges. Different letters represent different patterns. See example below (grey inside, red outside) :

You can use Penpa-edit for solving it on your browser.

Lösungscode: Column 5, a comma, followed by column 10. Use "0" for no line and "1" for a line . Example (column 2 of example puzzle) : 1101100

Zuletzt geändert am 21. Juni 2020, 09:31 Uhr

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am 9. August 2020, 20:42 Uhr von glum_hippo
Au Backe! Thank you for the Hinweis, liebe Mody.

am 9. August 2020, 20:01 Uhr von Mody
An glum_hippo
Bei Dir haben H und J dasselbe Muster

am 23. Juni 2020, 06:09 Uhr von athin
I totally forgot about the rule of "All points in the grid must be part of the loop."!

Now, it's WAY simpler and smoother once I'm aware of it, oops.

am 21. Juni 2020, 09:31 Uhr von Carrick22
White letters reffered to the letters in white cells. Rewording.

am 21. Juni 2020, 02:19 Uhr von geronimo92
In the example the white letters seem to be inside the loop and not outside dont they? Maybe you wanted to say black letters must be outside the loop....

am 20. Juni 2020, 21:09 Uhr von Eggr
I liked that. As long as you remember that each letter has a unique pattern it's a pretty smooth solve.

am 20. Juni 2020, 16:27 Uhr von Nylimb
This was a fun puzzle, although I didn't do a very good job of solving it: I got stuck after filling in part of the loop, so I bifurcated. The first option that I tried led to what I thought was the solution, and the solution code was accepted. For completeness, I tried the other option, and found what seemed to be another solution. Finally I noticed that the second loop didn't visit all of the points. But neither did the first one! I started over, and this time I got it right. If I hadn't explored the second option, I never would have realized that my first 'solution' was wrong.

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