Last summer I published in Hatched Magazine. Working with their editors I learned the puzzles I make are difficult. This packet attempts to change that. Presented with minimal checking, so if you find an error, the odds it’s actually an error are slightly higher than normal.
(edit: fixed an issue with an invisible circle)
My most recent large puzzle project is the puzzle round from Berkeley mini Math Tournament last November. I will most likely not be creating one for the 2017 BmMT.
As you’ll see, I was too lazy in explaining the puzzle types. From Berkeley Mini Math Tournament, a middle school math contest run by UC Berkeley undergrads.
It’s been a while, Masyu.
EDIT: Due to multiple solutions, an additional circle has been added. No good reason for the mess up.
An easy Masyu inspired by music..
Clearly this is a variant of Masyu. Go figure.
There’s some (accidental) symmetry going on. Figuring out a representation took long enough that less interest went into the puzzle than it deserved.
Masyu. There’s obvious symmetry going on, but I’m decently happy with the logic as well. If-then logic isn’t necessary, though the puzzle is significantly easier if it’s used. Nice to make another puzzle after a break.