I constructed this puzzle on June 29, 2021. I'm so pleased to say it was featured on Cracking the Cryptic on August 2, 2021 and Mark called it "One of the most brilliant sudoku finishes EVER"! (I modified the wording of the rules from what is on CtC to help make them clearer.)
Normal sudoku rules apply.
Digits do not repeat in cages.
There is a white dot between all instances of adjacent cages with consecutive sums.
There is a black dot between all instances of adjacent cages with sums in a 1:2 ratio.
Note: "Adjacent cages" are two cages that share at least one edge.
Lösungscode: Enter rows 1 and 2
am 28. September 2021, 15:59 Uhr von StefanSch
Schönes Rätsel, Danke!
am 27. September 2021, 14:38 Uhr von geronimo92
@bigger : you could theoretically post 7 puzzles in a row but then wait for 7 days (not the problem of which day or week but only 7 consecutive days). I tried to advert people not to do it but what mods say are words of God so now you know how it works here ;)
am 27. September 2021, 04:14 Uhr von bigger
@geronimo92 really? So can I post 7 puzzles at 23:59 on Sunday and 7 at 00:01 on Monday. I always want to flood this portal. I'll test it out.
am 27. September 2021, 00:14 Uhr von marcmees
Easy and fun to solve but surely more brilliant puzzles with this ruleset exist on the portal.
am 26. September 2021, 21:09 Uhr von geronimo92
@bigger : A piece of advice, dont say that or moderators could tell you that we are talking about limiting number of puzzles, but that rule doesnt exist for sure ;) Not more than 7 puzzles per week, so 4 in 2 hours is not a problem lol
am 26. September 2021, 20:54 Uhr von bigger
Seriously, 4 puzzles in 2 hours. Isn't that a little bit too much