Author: 真笑(洪卫华), from China, this question comes from his personal blog.
This is the 1th part of the series of dividing areas.The last Chaos Construction series:
According to the following rules, the grid is divided into 6 different rigions, each regions contains 6 cells:
1.Fill in a number from 1-6 in each region, and make each row, column and region have no repeated numbers;
2. The number outside is the sum of the first M cells of the row (column) from that direction. M is the number of region boarder lines in the row (column);
3.The circle indicates that the 4 cells surrounded belong to the same region, and the black triangle indicates that the 4 cells belong to three different regions;
4. The unmarked 4 cells area belongs to two or four regions.
"墨子"(born about 476 BC-about 390 BC, about 2500 years ago), was born in the late Spring and Autumn Period and Warring States Period in ancient China, the founder of the "墨家学派", a famous thinker, educator, Scientist, military strategist.
Lösungscode: Row 1,Column 5.
am 9. Januar 2021, 14:58 Uhr von cdwg2000
The impressive Blinder Killer Sudoku made by the author @Pyrrhon before, their title number is: ID:000067,ID:00009I,ID:00009J.I want to learn from the label settings, can anyone help me? Thank you! :-)
am 9. Januar 2021, 14:39 Uhr von Dandelo
I think, Jigsaw means that the regions are splitted.
BTW, for irregular/chaos now we have at least 4 tags.
******I used to think "irregular", "jigsaw", and "chaos" are one type. Are there any differences in nature? Thank you!
am 3. Januar 2021, 23:11 Uhr von Phistomefel
I love this idea of the triangle and circle clues indicating how the regions develop. Thank you very much for sharing this gorgeous concept!
am 27. Dezember 2020, 17:51 Uhr von MartinR
Interesting rule set, will try the harder one shortly.
Penpa+ link if you need it: https://git.io/JLDj1
am 27. Dezember 2020, 15:02 Uhr von marcmees
Great idea: lots of potential for more ...
am 26. Dezember 2020, 14:45 Uhr von SirWoezel
I can see this type of puzzle getting a lot harder with larger grids.