Puzzle #29: Masyu

In spite of all goals, Masyu seems to be my go-to puzzle. Highly susceptible to uniqueness deductions; I actually took out two meta-logic reducing circles after test solving upon seeing the futility of their being there.

Tangent circles look nice.



Sharing Frustration (All 3s Slitherlink)

This took five minutes to jot down and two hours to finish. I’m pretty sure it has three solutions.

As extensive casework if-then is no fun, don’t bother spending time solving. On the other hand, feel free to try and find good logical deductions. All threes doesn’t seem to be too interesting…


It’s is like the actually painful version of http://mellowmelon.wordpress.com/2010/02/21/puzzle-199/, which is still one of my favorite puzzles ever. Anyway, this puzzle is indicative of why I haven’t posted in a while; most stuff just seems to be not working out 😐