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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150312 7:30 PM Here are Wednesday and Thursday hitoris, (although this week is a bit on the easier side, I think. ) The Wednesday puzzle is another metaautological puzzle. This means that it is something which not only describes itself but also describes the fact that it is describing itself like this sentence does. It also has a space between […]
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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150314 1:26 AM Note: P.I.HUNT will be posted here tomorrow, at noon EST, which is 4:00 UTC. This is a Friday hitori that has two solutions. Can you find both of them? I could have done something to make the solution unique, but I preferred keeping the aesthetic theme in tact.
Posted in friday, hitori, puzzles   Jack Lance Puzzles
 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150314 4:00 PM Link to original post : P.I.HUNT 1Welcome to P.I.HUNT! If you live in Belize, Canada, Kenya, The Philippines, or The United States, then today is written as 3/14/15, which has a whole 5 digits of ?! This is, as Vi Hart puts it, “much closer to infinity then the usual 3.” I know that many people that visit my site may […]
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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150324 12:22 PM This is a Monday norinori puzzle, but instead of shading dominos, which consist of two monominos, which is the fancy way of saying squares, you should shade diamonds, which consist of two moniamonds, which is the fancy way of saying equilateral triangles. The puzzles in this week are arranged less by difficulty, and more by polyiamond […]
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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150324 7:25 PM Draw lines to divide the white squares into groups of three, such that no two identical groups that are also at the same angle are touching at a side. See the example puzzle below on the left. The correct answer is in the middle, and an incorrect answer is on the right, because the two triominos that are […]
Posted in heteromino rules, rules   Jack Lance Puzzles
 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150324 7:45 PM This is a Tuesday* heteromino, but instead of making groups of three squares, which is called a tromino, make groups of three equilateral triangles, which is called a triamond. Conveniently there are 6 different tromino orientations, and 6 different triamond orientations. *The puzzles in this week are arranged not really by difficulty, but by polyiamond size, ranging […]
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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150325 9:03 PM This is a Wednesday* LITS puzzle. Well, actually, it is a LIA puzzle. Instead of shading a tetromino, L,I,T or S, shade a tetriamond, L,I, or A, shown below. Also, instead of the rule prohibiting forming a shaded square with 4 cells, now you are not allowed to create a shaded hexagon with 6 cells. *The […]
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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150326 9:55 PM Divide the grid into pentominoes such that no two pentominoes of the same shape are touching at a side. There will be some letters in the grid, that tell which shapes they belong. The 12 pentominoes and their names are given below. Notice that the pentominoes are still considered the same shape after being rotated and/or reflected.
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 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150326 10:06 PM This is a Thursday* pentominous, except, divide the grid into pentiamonds, which are groups of five connected equilateral triangles, instead of pentominoes, which are groups of five squares. Additionally, these pieces are now considered different shapes when reflected. The letters corresponding to the shapes are below. *The puzzles in this week are arranged not really by difficulty, but by […]
Posted in hexagonal, pentominous, puzzles, thursday, variations   Jack Lance Puzzles
 Jack Lance Puzzles posted @ 20150329 11:59 AM This is a Friday* statue park puzzle using the full set of 12 hexiamonds shown below. Yay perfect antisymmetry! If you are wondering, there are 24 heptiamonds, which is just less than 26. Here is one person’s attempt at lettering them. *The puzzles in this week are arranged not really by difficulty, but by polyiamond size, ranging from diamonds […]
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