## Schrödinger's Sudoku

(Eingestellt am 2. Dezember 2020, 05:24 Uhr von SnowWhite)

Rules

Normal sudoku rules apply.

A subset of cells in the grid is colored. Each clue outside of the grid gives the sum of digits contained in a single run of colored digits in the indicated row or column. The sums are given in the order that the runs appear in the row (top-to-bottom) or column (left-to-right). All possible sums are given for the rows and columns with clues. All runs within one row/column must be separated by at least one non-colored cell. Rows/columns that do not contain any clues may contain colored cells.

Example:

Puzzle:

Lösungscode:

4th column and 9th row

Zuletzt geändert am 31. Januar 2021, 12:19 Uhr

Gelöst von NikolaZ, zorant, dm_litv, KlausRG, Mark Sweep, ManuH, zlotnleo, adam001, skywalker, Einsch, bob, MartinR, Uhu, Krokant, kublai, CaGr, Julianl, misko
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### Kommentare

am 31. Januar 2021, 12:19 Uhr von SnowWhite
updated title and labels

am 13. Dezember 2020, 21:30 Uhr von SnowWhite

am 4. Dezember 2020, 20:27 Uhr von SnowWhite
Fix non-unique coloring solution

am 3. Dezember 2020, 17:22 Uhr von SnowWhite
dm_litv and Mark Sweep thank you for the feedback and I will definitely go in and fix that :)

am 2. Dezember 2020, 18:24 Uhr von Mark Sweep
I agree with dm_litv. It is a nice puzzle with a very clear solve path, but it's a bit of a shame the nonogram part is not unique. It would be easy to fix that with question marks for instance, which will likely not spoil the solve path.

am 2. Dezember 2020, 14:07 Uhr von dm_litv
Nice puzzle, especially considering the debut.
A small drawback - the colored regions aren't uniquely defined.

am 2. Dezember 2020, 09:57 Uhr von SnowWhite
improve description

am 2. Dezember 2020, 05:27 Uhr von SnowWhite