This puzzle is inspired by Phistomefel's Galaxy Killer puzzles. The puzzle is a mixture of a Killer Sudoku, Thermo Sudoku and a Spiral Galaxy Puzzle.
Normal sudoku rules apply. The circles given in the grid are the centers of pointsymmetric galaxies, which function as cages for the Killer Sudoku. The numbers inside the circles indicate the sum of the digits in the cages. In addition, each cage is a "thermometer". Along thermometers, digits must increase from the bulb end, but the bulb end is not given. The cages/thermometers cannnot "branch" (there are only two ends to each thermometer). The digits in a cage/thermometer may not repeat. Not every cell in the grid has to be part of a galaxy. Solve Online
Lösungscode: Row 5 Column 9
am 24. Juli 2020, 05:05 Uhr von Alexander Rappa
@marcmees thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it
am 23. Juli 2020, 21:59 Uhr von marcmees
this was an extraordinary puzzle experience. Thanks a lot.
am 11. Juli 2020, 20:24 Uhr von Alexander Rappa
@Yohann yes they are I will clarify
am 11. Juli 2020, 20:16 Uhr von Yohann
Are 1-cell galaxies allowed ?
am 11. Juli 2020, 15:50 Uhr von henrypijames
Does a galaxy always have to one cell wide, or can it contain a 2×2 block (creating a self-touching snake thermo).
@henrypijames: self-touching snake thermo is ok. The thermo just need to be symmetric around the point.