OK, no more instruction book fare from now on. So where else could I possibly turn to for inspiration? Hmmm. I’m beginning to wonder if my blog is quickly becoming the primary source of Masyu with twisted symmetry out there on the internet. Maybe – maybe not; I’d be interested in seeing any other sources that’s for sure.
I’ll confess that it’s getting harder to put these together to my own satisfaction, both in terms of aesthetics and indeed in the way they solve, but I do think that this doesn’t fare so badly in either metric. I hope you agree – enjoy!
Friday, 6 May 2011
This week, two puzzle types which I believe have never featured on this blog before – oh the novelty! Moreover, since this is the case, they are somewhat instructional in style – seasoned solvers will have no problems with these at all. The LITS is actually in my opinion a puzzle which solves well, and anyone who reads British newspapers will have seen mini shikaku puzzles in print – not that I’d argue that this is example is too much better than one of those, but there we go. Enjoy!