This is one of those standard genres for people who solve the Dutch magazine Breinbrekers. I always like them. And as it added come arithmetic to the puzzle set. I had never actually designed any before. I wanted to make it so there were no equal adjacent digits in the grid, in which I succeeded. Obviously I went for a sum of 24 for this puzzle. I though the grid layout made the place to start obvious, but I don't know you all will agree.
Divide the grid into the 12 pentominos. The 5 digits in the pentomino must add up to 24. (The example uses tetrominos and the sum is 10.
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I dont see what is the nice in this genre :) When I solved this genre the biggest trick was that I have to search the X or I pento first. Not too nice, I think :)ReplyDelete
This one was relatively good puzzle.
The intended path didn't involve searching for specific pentominos. That would have been annoying.ReplyDelete