## Mini earthquakes

(Eingestellt am 23. Mai 2021, 21:17 Uhr von PrimeWeasel)

Normal latin square rules apply. Fill the grids with digits 1 to 5 so that they appear once in each row and column.

Earthquake Sudoku Rules apply.

All cages are Richterscale read-outs (like 2.3 or 4.1, for instance) and they follow Killer Sudoku rules (Digits sum to the value in the cage and digits can not repeat). These read-outs are read from left to right, or top to bottom. Read-outs can not be repeated in cages. The epicentre will always have the highest value.

Furthermore, there are 2 rings around the epicentre where read-outs are done. Read-outs in rings closer to the epicentre must be higher in value than those in rings further away from the epicentre.

These are 4 seperate puzzles that do not influence each other. I thought it was easier to have them all together like this. First time using Penpa :).

Mini earthquakes

Earthquakes with bigger impacts can be found amongst my puzzles

Lösungscode: Row 2 of every earthquake in reading direction (20 digits)

Zuletzt geändert am 24. Mai 2021, 07:22 Uhr

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### Kommentare

am 8. Juli 2022, 02:14 Uhr von Piatato
Cannot believe that I missed these!

am 19. September 2021, 00:25 Uhr von uvo_mod
Labels angepasst.

am 16. Juli 2021, 22:26 Uhr von CHalb
Very interesting! I'm glad you did this unsudokuish bundle :-).

am 24. Mai 2021, 14:47 Uhr von Dina
Really fun mini puzzles! :-D

am 24. Mai 2021, 07:17 Uhr von PrimeWeasel

am 24. Mai 2021, 05:07 Uhr von Zombie Hunter
Waiting for the aftershocks!! Great little puzzles.

Zuletzt geändert am 24. Mai 2021, 07:21 Uhr

am 24. Mai 2021, 00:53 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
Since this a latin square instead of a sudoku (there are no regions other than the trivial ones), you might want to add the German tag "Lateinisches Quadrat"

~Thanks for letting me now, I hadn't heard of latin squares before

Edit: I like how minimialistic some of them are, whilst still leading to unique solutions. Thanks for the fun little treats :-)

~Sure, any time. Thanks for solving!

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