This may well be one of the easiest puzzles I have posted here. Feel free to let me know what you think about this combination, as that will help me for follow-up puzzles.
Almost standard Kakuro and FIllomino rules apply. The differences being that numbers are not restricted from 1 to 9, and numbers may repeat within a word of the Kakuro. The given Kakuro clues are not part of any Fillomino region. The ‘>’ is a greater than sign.
Clues indicate the sum of the run of white cells (also called a word) to the right of the clue cell (through its top right clue) and downward from the clue cell (through its bottom left clue). Note than in contrast to normal Kakuro, digits may repeat within a word here.
Divide the grid in regions, such that no two regions of the same size touch orthogonally. Each cell contains a number that indicates the size of the polyomino it is in.
Lösungscode: Row 2, Row 7 (only the last digit of multi-digit numbers), so 14 digits in total.
am 14. Oktober 2021, 07:58 Uhr von Dandelo
Nice (and easy) puzzle.
But isn't there another difference to standard Kakuro? There is a restriction to numbers from 1 to 9, here any integer is allowed.
am 14. Oktober 2021, 03:48 Uhr von cmb
Careful choosen clues as well.
am 13. Oktober 2021, 19:02 Uhr von Jesper
Thanks for the puzzle, Mark! I did find it rather easy, but it was still a lot of fun to solve. Looking forward to seeing what #2 will bring :)
am 13. Oktober 2021, 13:29 Uhr von MagnusJosefsson
Very nice and pleasant puzzle! Easy but still requires some careful thought.