Author: 真笑(洪卫华), from China, this question comes from his personal blog.
This is the 2th 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 sum of the numbers on both sides of each region boarder line in the row(colum) is arranged on the outside of the ranks in the correct order;
3. A white circle indicates that the 4 cells arrounded belong to the same region.A ? indicate an unknown number;
4.All outside prompt numbers or ? have been given.
5.Not all white circles are given.
“庄子” (real name Zhuang Zhou, 369 BC-286 BC), a famous thinker, philosopher and writer in the middle of the Warring States Period in China, one of the main representatives of the Chinese Taoist school, founded the philosophical school of Zhuang Xue, and Laozi Called "Lao Zhuang". His representative work is "Zhuangzi".
Lösungscode: In the reading direction (from top to bottom, from left to right), the content of the irregular area where R2C2 is located, and the content of the irregular area where R5C5 is located, a total of 12 grids(for example, in the example, the content of the irregular area where R4C1 and R4C4 are located: 2453141352).
am 10. Januar 2021, 03:00 Uhr von cdwg2000
Glad you like it, thank you!
am 9. Januar 2021, 22:18 Uhr von DiMono
Wonderful puzzle. Thank you for sharing it.
am 7. Januar 2021, 21:51 Uhr von bob
Enjoyed both of these, thanks.
am 6. Januar 2021, 12:49 Uhr von cdwg2000
I'm glad you like it, thank you for your kind comments!
am 6. Januar 2021, 12:40 Uhr von PrimeWeasel
am 6. Januar 2021, 04:57 Uhr von cam
Hey! I haven't done the puzzle yet because I wanted to give the little example a go first. If anybody else feels the same way, they can use the link for the penpa version I made: https://git.io/JLNrd
EDIT: This was fantastic! I would love to play more puzzles like this. Well constructed :)
am 5. Januar 2021, 17:56 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
It's a lovely variant! Thanks 真笑 for the fun puzzle :-)
am 5. Januar 2021, 10:21 Uhr von SirWoezel