Loop Special

Rules   Draw some loops, each visiting all instances of exactly one clue. Between them, the loops visit all cells of the grid. Some cells have already been fully drawn for you. Loops may cross over themselves and each other, but only when the cell contains neither turns nor a clue and the overlap has no length. Loops are only made out of horizontal and vertical line segments which go through the centres of every containing cell.

Loop Special

Rattling Diamond

An easy, pretty puzzle in The Witness dialect.

Click to solve online

Snail, crawling

Partition the grids into the 12 free pentominos.


This ends the championship celebration.

Crack On?

Greek Skeleton    Fill in the grids with all the words of the list below them, reading left to right or top to bottom, one letter per cell. A5 PDF

Wide prison

Sums, simplified Fill in the grid with numbers from the given range. Sums of rows and columns are given at bottom and right. Then circle some of the numbers. Sums of the circled numbers are given at top and left.
Range 1 ~ 17, but no 5,9,10,13


Swan, reflected

Puddles   Partition the grids into the 12 free hexamonds.


Zap!

Slant   Draw a diagonal in every cell. Do not enclose any part of the grid. For some points, the number of diagonals meeting there is given. pzv

Multiple choice?

Sums, simplified Fill in the grid with numbers from the given range. Sums of rows and columns are given at bottom and right. Then circle some of the numbers. Sums of the circled numbers are given at top and left.
Range 2 ~ 4

No one receiving

Partition the grids into the 12 free pentominos.


Peas in four pods

Fill in the grids with all the given words reading across or down. A5 .pdf

Nearly checks

Sums, simplified

Fill in the grid with numbers from the given range. Sums of rows and columns are given at bottom and right. Then circle some of the numbers. Sums of the circled numbers are given at top and left.
Range 1 ~ 9