tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post7376890364724879294..comments2022-07-31T11:00:16.363+02:00Comments on Para's Puzzle Site: Polish Puzzle Championship 2015Parahttp://www.blogger.com/profile/02367804879917808922noreply@blogger.comBlogger7125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-46288553020283091262017-04-18T17:05:39.584+02:002017-04-18T17:05:39.584+02:00..Easy as ABCD : 1:49,5:51
Myopia 1 : 6:07,15:.....Easy as ABCD : 1:49,5:51<br />Myopia 1 : 6:07,15:03<br />..Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-90701616338090995312015-11-25T11:14:17.842+01:002015-11-25T11:14:17.842+01:00it took me a while!!!!! but i finally got it! puzz...it took me a while!!!!! but i finally got it! puzzle 1 of topic 5.mastermind the answer is 5247!Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/03546723619338941731noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-57542720209884580912015-05-18T13:53:55.088+02:002015-05-18T13:53:55.088+02:00Thanks ! :-)Thanks ! :-)Grizixhttp://clem.boss.is.free.frnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-34246927098983433602015-05-18T11:57:57.265+02:002015-05-18T11:57:57.265+02:00There are no restrictions on double digits. The so...There are no restrictions on double digits. The solution could be 5 times the same digit. <br />The rule in assigning circles, is that it always matches the lowest common denominator, which is really the only way it can work. <br />So if there is one circle in the guess, but two in the solution, then you get one circle. If this digit matches any of the two digits in the solution, then you get a black circle. If this digit matches neither of the digits in the solution, you get a white circle.<br />If there are two digits in the guess and one digit in the solution, then you get one circle. If neither of the digits in the guess match the digit in the solution, then you get a white circle. If either of the digits in the guess match the digits in the solution then you get a black circle.Parahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02367804879917808922noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-76424994361405520312015-05-18T11:53:05.042+02:002015-05-18T11:53:05.042+02:00Every region needs exactly two separate sections o...Every region needs exactly two separate sections of the wall. This means that you have to colour two orthogonally connected groups of cells in each region that don't touch each other by a side; in other words they are separated from each other by white cells.. So, a logical part to start are the three cell regions as they need two cells coloured and one has to remain empty to separate those two cells.<br />Remember there are exactly two separate sections, you can't have more than two. So if you have 3 separate cells coloured in a region, at least two of those will have to connect to each other and form a single section.Parahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/02367804879917808922noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-43388984910168169492015-05-14T19:56:49.447+02:002015-05-14T19:56:49.447+02:00Missing some rules about double digits for the sec...Missing some rules about double digits for the second Mastermind.Grizixhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17956155328306915845noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8283950071005526162.post-41752792799461442422015-05-14T19:00:45.416+02:002015-05-14T19:00:45.416+02:00I think I didn't understand the logic of Disco...I think I didn't understand the logic of Disco, because I cannot even finish the first one ...Grizixhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17956155328306915845noreply@blogger.com