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’s a Masyu. Should be pretty easy.
I’m a day late with this, but I did make it yesterday, so I figure it’s close enough. Happy Pi Day, and here’s a Nurikabe.
Theme: Pi when read like a book.
Happy Valentine’s/Singles Awareness Day. Here’s a Masyu to bash your brain against.
I’m unsure about the difficulty level of this Masyu. Uniqueness can help at points, but it shouldn’t be necessary. Doing what I wanted with the puzzle was hard enough.
Short backstory: A relative lost something that had semi-sentimental value. Hopefully this is reminiscent of it…