Which Masyu to post, which one…OK chronological works. Doesn’t that just look nice? In some sense, symmetry is preserved in the puzzle even after the axis shift.
Can’t make hard Masyu with this visual theme :O
Whether this Masyu is a snowflake or a star, Merry Christmas. It’s pretty easy, as filling in logic with black circles tends to over-constrain.
This Masyu has a pretty funny breakin, I think.
EDIT: Multi solutions fixed.
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.
This counts that last puzzle. This Masyu is my first nice turnout in a while. Yay!
Theme: off center radial
Perhaps I should explain the influx of Masyu. I now use Affinity, a Mac program in beta testing, after searching a long time for a replacement for AI. So far, I’ve only bothered to learn how to make Masyu with it. Others may come in future, but Masyu also has that it’s my favorite puzzle type going for it.
This Masyu in particular I find interesting, because it’s symmetrical, but also not. One pair of circles is unnecessary, but I found the aesthetics nicer with them in than out.
This is a large antisymmetric Masyu. I’ve had too much time on my hands.
Here is a Slitherlink.