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Compass Fillomino #3: Large grid

(Eingestellt am 23. April 2021, 17:44 Uhr von MagnusJosefsson)

Dieses Rätsel basiert auf einer neue Variante von Fillomino, inspiriert von der großartigen Compass Sudoku-Serie von stephane.bura sowie vielen hervorragenden Fillomino-Varianten von Jesper, spxtr, Mark Sweep und anderen.

Ich würde empfehlen, die viel einfachere Introduction to Compass Fillomino zu lösen, um sich mit dem Regelsatz vertraut zu machen vor dem Versuch dieses Rätsels.
Möglicherweise möchten Sie auch Compass Fillomino #2 ausprobieren (ähnliche Schwierigkeit, aber kleiner).


Regeln

Es gelten die üblichen Fillomino-Regeln:
- Das Raster ist in Gebiete zu unterteilen und in jedes Feld ist eine Zahl einzutragen
- Die Zahlen in einem Gebiet sind alle gleich und geben die Größe dieses Gebiets an
- Gebiete gleicher Größe dürfen sich nicht waagerecht oder senkrecht berühren

Es gelten Kompassregeln:
Wenn sich in einer Zelle ein Pfeil befindet, entspricht die Zahl in dieser Zelle die Gesamtanzahl Zellen, die zu dem Gebiet gehören, aus dem der Pfeil stammt, und die in Pfeilrichtung liegen.
Es sind nicht unbedingt alle Pfeile gegeben.


Beispiel:



Der Pfeil in der Zelle mit der Ziffer 4 zeigt an, dass der grüne Bereich insgesamt genau 4 Zellen rechts von der roten Linie haben muss.



Das Rätsel:



Link zum Online-Lösen:

Penpa +




Lösungscode: Zeile 4 (geben Sie beide Ziffern für zweistellige Zahlen ein; keine Leerzeichen)

Zuletzt geändert am 26. April 2021, 19:24 Uhr

Gelöst von Jesper, CJK, Mark Sweep, PixelPlucker, marcmees, Peppelino, NikolaZ, Vebby, apiad, bigger, polar, starelev5, zorant, KNT, Niverio, zwooz19, Sewerin, ONeill, Christounet, ns08, lerroyy, Jaych, Agent, harrison, johnyzzh, Myxo
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Kommentare

am 15. Januar 2023, 19:12 Uhr von Myxo
Amazing puzzle once again!

am 11. November 2022, 07:05 Uhr von Agent
This is just sensational! My favourite in the series so far. There was a moment in the solve where I was absolutely convinced I had broken the puzzle, but it was very satisfying where I found out the only way it can still work.

am 30. Oktober 2022, 21:46 Uhr von Jaych
On one hand, I'm incredibly proud of myself for finishing this puzzle in barely over an hour.

On the other hand, this had to be the most conniving logical path I've ever seen in a puzzle. I was convinced that I had gone mad at no fewer than five separate occasions.

am 29. Oktober 2022, 14:05 Uhr von lerroyy
Incredible puzzle, thanks!

Zuletzt geändert am 17. Oktober 2022, 23:07 Uhr

am 16. Oktober 2022, 23:43 Uhr von Christounet
Insane...
How is it even possible to set such a thing ?
As the other solvers, I must have thought at least 5 times that I had broken it, because, you know, at some point, we must all have thought something like : "what ?! there's no way that this embryon of a region can reach that kind of destination... [head scratching for a while] [despair] [light] oh, wait, there is a way, actually... a very tight, narrow, bushy kind of way that allows this to exist !"

I think that the german word for this is : Ausgezeichnet !

Onto the next one of the series !

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Thank you so much for your kind words! I'm really happy that you are enjoying the series. /Magnus

Zuletzt geändert am 23. September 2022, 22:20 Uhr

am 23. September 2022, 21:24 Uhr von zwooz19
So so much fun, thanks for setting this fantastic series!!
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You're welcome! Thank you for solving! Quite impressive that you got through them so fast by the way :). /Magnus

Zuletzt geändert am 21. September 2022, 00:38 Uhr

am 19. September 2022, 22:07 Uhr von Niverio
Fan-tas-tic. Enjoyed it immensely. Didn't find it as hard as some people suggested (solved in 75 minutes, right after doing #2), but this puzzle gave me so much joy. More than one eureka moment in it, and so carefully constructed.
Straight into favorites, finally found my worthy 20th entry since I really want the favourite page to mean something and am determined to keep it to exactly one page. That's how good this one is.
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Thank you, that means a lot to me! This is still my personal favourite of the puzzles I've set, so I love to see it get more attention and appreciation. By the way, 75 minutes is really quick for this, I'm impressed! /Magnus

Zuletzt geändert am 18. September 2022, 16:36 Uhr

am 18. September 2022, 03:08 Uhr von KNT
This isn't just "slightly harder" than #2. It's like comparing a dot to a 4D hypercube. Three hours just completely vanished for me, this was one of the most engrossing, difficult, and rewarding puzzles I have ever done, full stop. That middle section is something I will likely never ever forget. On to #4!
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Yeah, this one is defintely more elaborate and sophisticated than #2, and for that reason it is my favourite in the series. Really glad you liked it, and impressive to see you work through the series so quickly :). /Magnus
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I was told this series was phenomenal, so I thought it would be a good way to spend my empty Saturday. And I'm not sure how fast I actually have been: #2 took me a little over an hour, and to be perfectly honest, the ending of that puzzle kind of contrasted my expectations given I *really* am not a fan of counting to that degree. But I am so glad I did this one, it just absorbed me fully. I have no idea how or why but literally everything else in life was irrelevant while I was doing this puzzle. I think it took me just under 4 hours, but it felt like 45 minutes. I jumped into #4 IMMEDIATELY after finishing this one and comparatively it felt like a 2 star puzzle. I'll probably do #5 later today, this series has been a blast.

I feel like compass fillomino should be a genre in its own right. I could do a hundred of these and not get bored I'm pretty sure, thanks for opening my eyes to this ruleset combination

Zuletzt geändert am 21. Februar 2022, 23:35 Uhr

am 21. Februar 2022, 08:29 Uhr von starelev5
Finally finishing this amazing series of puzzles, every single one of the five puzzles was unique and interesting in its solve path, its was mesmerizing (and terrifying) to see these region grow and interact, this was a heck of a ride.

thank you magnus for your creations and congrats on this one this one being finally getting the rating it deserve.
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Thank you very much starelev5! I am very glad that you liked my puzzles, and I am thrilled that this one in particular now finally has a rating so it will be found more easily by future solvers. Thank you! /Magnus

Zuletzt geändert am 5. Januar 2022, 11:08 Uhr

am 1. Januar 2022, 15:51 Uhr von polar
Brilliant puzzle - thank you so much :)
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Thanks a lot, and thank you for solving! It is my personal favourite of the compass fillomino series, so it really makes me happy to see it get more solves :). /Magnus

Zuletzt geändert am 28. August 2021, 19:06 Uhr

am 26. August 2021, 20:53 Uhr von Vebby
Diabolically hard! I was convinced I had broken the puzzle in the middle but then finally found the only configuration that somehow held everything together. Amazing puzzle, thanks Magnus!

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Thank you Vebby! Yeah, it is definitely a challenging and mind-twisting puzzle. Well done for solving! /Magnus

am 8. August 2021, 11:52 Uhr von uvo_mod
Labels "Online Solving Tool" und Groß ergänzt, NEU entfernt.

Zuletzt geändert am 27. April 2021, 11:02 Uhr

am 26. April 2021, 23:08 Uhr von marcmees
thanks for the encouragement. It worked.:-) Very nice puzzle and indeed completely logically solvable.
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You're welcome marcmees! Great job finishing the solve! /Magnus

am 26. April 2021, 19:24 Uhr von MagnusJosefsson
Revised difficulty from 4 to 5 stars.

Zuletzt geändert am 26. April 2021, 19:19 Uhr

am 26. April 2021, 17:47 Uhr von PixelPlucker
Terrific puzzle once again! I personally found it monstrously hard to break out of the starting area. Thankfully, by asking the right questions I found enough slow, localised logic to get the ball rolling, though I can't imagine I did so very efficiently.

The rest of the solve didn't give up the ghost easily, and was chock-full of scary surprises (if you catch my drift). I've lost count of the number of times I thought it was broken... I'm sure you know exactly what I'm talking about ;)

Thanks again for this challenging and thought-provoking series!
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Thanks PixelPlucker! And thank you as well for persevering and finishing the solve. I promise, #4 will be significantly smaller and easier again :). /Magnus

Zuletzt geändert am 26. April 2021, 19:03 Uhr

am 26. April 2021, 15:01 Uhr von Mark Sweep
Again a formidable puzzle with excellent bits of logic and nice surprises. I guess you could say this is a more complete version in a way than #2.
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Thank you Mark, and well done for solving! Yes, I agree. /Magnus

am 24. April 2021, 11:11 Uhr von Jesper
An exciting journey through the grid that offers a few surprises! Definitely my favourite in this series.

am 23. April 2021, 20:22 Uhr von MagnusJosefsson
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Zuletzt geändert am 23. April 2021, 17:05 Uhr

am 23. April 2021, 17:02 Uhr von MagnusJosefsson
This puzzle is my personal favourite of all the puzzles that I have created so far. I believe is has somewhat cleaner and crisper logic than compass fillomino #2 and is also a bit more sophisticated.

I am excited to hear what you think about it.

Also please don't hesitate to post a hidden comment asking me for a hint if you get stuck.

Good luck!

Schwierigkeit:5
Bewertung:100 %
Gelöst:26 mal
Beobachtet:4 mal
ID:00062H

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