Non-Consecutive Arrow Sudoku
(Eingestellt am 3. August 2021, 02:00 Uhr von SudokuExplorer)
Normal sudoku rules apply.
Each row, column and 3x3 box contains the digits 1 to 9.
Standard non-consecutive rules apply
Orthogonally adjacent cells cannot contain consecutive digits.
Standard arrow rules apply.
Digits along an arrow must sum to the digit in its circle. Digits may repeat along an arrow.
You can try this on Penpa+
Lösungscode: Enter the 1st and 8th rows
Zuletzt geändert -
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am 4. August 2021, 14:21 Uhr von SudokuExplorer
@Playmaker6174: I'm really pleased you enjoyed the arrow interactions with the help of the non-consecutive constraint. :-)
Since the non-consecutive constraint is very restrictive and 3-cell arrows are also fairly restrictive, I tried to use more 2-cell arrows to balance out the logic from the two constraints.
am 3. August 2021, 03:42 Uhr von Playmaker6174
A full hour of back and forth deductions, it's so stunning with how much the arrows can restrict each other. What an intricate puzzle :)