Like a Venice

Tricky Bridges problem. Or not, if I missed any shortcuts. I'd like to hear how people attack this one; also, whether the broken design convention annoyed them. (Rules)
Hashiwokakero 2

Threatening sky

Sky's promising rain here. So here are some puddles. Specifically, Pentomino Puddles (rules)

To dust

This is a Stardust puzzle (rules) with, hopefully, no extraneous stars. And second rate graphics. Maybe next time it's going to be based on some actual constellations.
Stardust puzzle 1

Magic Order

Write a digit from 1 to 5 in every cell. Digits in the same row and column are all different. Reading these digits from left to right, from right to left, from top to bottom, and from bottom to top forms twenty different 5-digit numbers. Clues before the number give their position in an ascending order.

This is rather nasty for such a small grid.

EDIT: fixed

Hip hip...


Twenty one

When going to 11 isn't enough...

Every row, column and outlined region contains all numbers from 1 to 8, one per cell. All adjacent cells which differ by 5 are marked by a dot on their common border. Symbols outside the grid indicate a property shared by the first two cells in that direction. Same symbols mean same property, different symbols mean different property. Possible properties are:
  • Big: number is 5,6,7 or 8.
  • Small: number is 1,2,3 or 4
  • Odd: number is 1,3,5 or 7
  • Even: number is 2,4,6 or 8