Lösungscode: Enter 1st and 5th rows
am 4. Januar 2021, 18:15 Uhr von glum_hippo
I'm sorry to say I wasn't aware of this puzzle before making 000536... what a remarkable mind-meld we've had! Look forward to trying this one soon.
Haha, I'm glad you also came up with a similar idea (it gave me a chance to solve one!). I hope you'll like it :-)
am 17. Dezember 2020, 16:31 Uhr von Dina
A gentle introduction to a fun killer variant. I hope you make more in the future :-)
I'm pleased you enjoyed the ruleset! It's likely I will explore it again in the future :-)
am 2. November 2020, 02:43 Uhr von Storm
Very interesting ruleset! Thanks for the introduction :-)
I'm glad you enjoyed it :-)
am 2. November 2020, 01:16 Uhr von CaneloC
Interesting killer variant! 4-cell cages are quite special in this variant. Thanks for the fun puzzle :-D
They are special, indeed! I'm pleased you were entertained :-)
am 1. November 2020, 13:42 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
@TimE Thanks for the feedback. :-)
I tried to make it approachable since it was a new variant (and not everyone has solved a skyscraper puzzle before).
am 31. Oktober 2020, 21:56 Uhr von TimE
Easier than expected! Interesting variant which combines skyscrapers with killer cages. Enjoyed the interaction of the 6-cell skyscraper lines! :-)
Would love to try a harder one in the future.
am 31. Oktober 2020, 14:10 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
@cdwg2000 Think of the skyscrapers as being fenced off (instead of being trapped in a cage ;-)).
If you were being serious, then all cages/lines in this sudoku are skyscraper lines. Including the ones whose common skyscraper sums are not given (they are to be worked out for each skyscraper cage/line during the solve).
am 31. Oktober 2020, 07:21 Uhr von cdwg2000
Excuse me: Can there still be skyscrapers in the cage！！！
am 30. Oktober 2020, 18:29 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
Inspiration for this puzzle type comes from Undar Beyond's Lunchbox idea (sandwich clues inside killer cages/lines)