Colorguru rules apply: Some cells in the grid have been colored blue, green, purple, red or yellow. Using those 5 colors, color some more cells in the grid. Every colored cell belongs to a Block, which is 1 to 5 orthogonally connected cells of the same color. Blocks of the same color or size cannot touch orthogonally or diagonally. Every Block belongs to a Region, which is 2 or more orthogonally connected Blocks. Blocks within a Region cannot be the same color or size. Regions may not touch orthogonally. Regions that touch diagonally have at most one color in common.
Additionally the shape of each Region must be rotationally symmetric about a central point. (Colors in a region do not have to be rotationally symmetric). A white circle indicates a known center of a Region, but not all white circles are given.
Lösungscode: Using the letters for the colors in the given cells, write the colored cells in row 4 then column 2, ignoring uncolored cells. (One letter for each colored cell, so a sequence of 2 blue cells followed by 1 red and 3 yellow cells would be "bbryyy")
am 27. November 2022, 22:21 Uhr von KNT
so much fun, will definitely have to check out the other colorgurus in the near future as this was my first :-)
am 16. November 2022, 22:42 Uhr von MagnusJosefsson
Great puzzle! Very enjoyable and approachable!
am 10. November 2022, 07:42 Uhr von Oripy
As always, very fun and pleasant to solve.
A tad bit on the easier side compared to the other colorguru.
am 10. November 2022, 03:59 Uhr von mathpesto
What a clever combination of rules! Loads of fun to solve and super smooth.
am 10. November 2022, 03:20 Uhr von wooferzfg
Another wonderful puzzle in this genre! The spiral galaxies added a great twist.