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Subject: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 4:04 PM (#8168) (#8168) Top


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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 4:29 PM (#8169 - in reply to #8168) (#8169) Top


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Logic Masters India announces "akil oyunlari magazine competition", which is also LMI August Puzzle test

Author : Serkan Yurekli

Dates : 18th - 20th August

IB and Submission Link : here
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 10:06 PM (#8172 - in reply to #8168) (#8172) Top




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There is a grammatical in the contest page.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 10:08 PM (#8173 - in reply to #8172) (#8173) Top


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anurag - 2012-08-11 10:06 PM

There is a grammatical in the contest page.


I think the error in your sentence is that you're missing the word 'error'. :P
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 10:17 PM (#8174 - in reply to #8172) (#8174) Top



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anurag - 2012-08-11 10:06 PM

There is a grammatical in the contest page.
Thank you. It is fixed now.
It will be nice to see some 'constructive' comments from you once in a while.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 10:18 PM (#8175 - in reply to #8168) (#8175) Top




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that was done at the speed of light! I hope i can solve the puzzles at the same speed.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 10:21 PM (#8176 - in reply to #8173) (#8176) Top




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That was a little riddle for you to complete
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-11 10:22 PM (#8177 - in reply to #8176) (#8177) Top



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anurag - 2012-08-11 10:21 PM

That was a little riddle for you to complete
Thank you.
It will be nice to see some 'constructive' comments from you once in a while.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 1:00 AM (#8178 - in reply to #8168) (#8178) Top


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Seems every type is very new and the competition will be tough one as we are not exposed to such variations.
Looking forward to it :)
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 2:41 AM (#8179 - in reply to #8168) (#8179) Top


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Its time for some practice puzzles. I have made a Nurikabe loop here - http://prasannaseshadri.wordpress.com/2012/08/12/puzzle-no-192-nuri... and I've also linked in the post to one I made earlier before I had any clue that this type already existed.

Also, there is a Skyscraper Rising that can be found here - http://sugarroad.blogspot.jp/2012/08/puzzle-036-skyscrapers-rising....

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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 3:45 AM (#8180 - in reply to #8168) (#8180) Top




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You can find examples of Signage on Naoki Inaba's website.

http://inabapuzzle.com/honkaku/routep.html
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 12:10 PM (#8182 - in reply to #8168) (#8182) Top




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Can the Signage rules be explained a bit more. Esp para 2.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 12:49 PM (#8183 - in reply to #8168) (#8183) Top




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From every number,keep following the arrows until one of the grid edges is reached.You cannot skip an arrow in your way,which means all arrows are functional unless they are not obstructing your path.The significace of the number is,your path cannot reach the edge using fewer (or more)than that many arrows.
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devarajand - 2012-08-12 12:10 PM

Can the Signage rules be explained a bit more. Esp para 2.


Look for example at the Arrow with the 5 in R4C3.
1) The path starts with the arrow up in R5C2. Going up the next arrow you encounter is in R2C3.
2) The arrow in R2C3 points left. Going left the next arrow you encounter is in R2C2.
3) The arrow in R2C2 points down. Going down the next arrow you encounter is in R5C2.
4) The arrow in R5C2 points right. Going right the next arrow you encounter is in R5C3.
5) The arrow in R5C3 point down. Going down you don't encounter any arrows anymore and the path leaves the grid.

So you've followed the direction of 5 arrows till the path leaves the grid. This is what the clue number in R4C3 indicates.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 3:58 PM (#8185 - in reply to #8168) (#8185) Top




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Interestingly,I wrote a rising skyscrapers variation in late 2007, only that, it asked for the digits along grey lines to also be strictly consecutive, and not just increasing.That was perhaps a little more constrained,but it depends on how the design works.I made one with the same rules as in the LMI booklet.I think the lines interact nicely with the skscraper logic here. Also posted the one that follows the rules of my version.You can see both at - http://anuragthefirst.blogspot.in/2012/08/rising-skyscrapers.html

Edited by prasanna16391 2012-08-12 7:50 PM
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 5:39 PM (#8186 - in reply to #8168) (#8186) Top


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Me and Para tested the puzzle that the above post links to, and its not unique.
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prasanna16391 - 2012-08-12 5:39 PM

Me and Para tested the puzzle that the above post links too, and its not unique.
So, what is new?
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It is fixed.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 6:33 PM (#8189 - in reply to #8188) (#8189) Top


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anurag - 2012-08-12 6:20 PM

It is fixed.


Not really.
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Subject: Re: akil oyunlari magazine competition — LMI August Puzzle Test — 18th-20th August 2012 @ 2012-08-12 7:13 PM (#8190 - in reply to #8189) (#8190) Top




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Its not easy to determine in the fixed version(with 2 more skyscraper clues) ,where 6 has to go in R7,so i added 6 inside.
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anurag - 2012-08-12 7:13 PM

Its not easy to determine in the fixed version(with 2 more skyscraper clues) ,where 6 has to go in R7,so i added 6 inside.


IMO, the puzzle is finally correct with a unique solution, so added back the link.
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I did not try the previous version, but this one seems fine indeed.
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Thanks its of great help
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Some more practice puzzles, 2 Spiral Battleships(well the 2nd one not so much spiral) - http://prasannaseshadri.wordpress.com/2012/08/13/puzzle-no-193-spir...
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So many innovative puzzles... I'm really looking forward to the actual test!

BTW, let me confirm one thing about Chained Ships; is it possible to place a ship segment on a letter?
(even if two As are covered by ship segments, the grid might be solved by connecting other letters)

Edited by Yuhei Kusui 2012-08-15 2:29 PM
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