Puzzle #150: Trio

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This is a trio puzzle of Heyawake, Statue Park, and Yajisan-Kazusan.

The rules for Heyawake can be found here: Rules page

The rules for Statue Park can be found here: Rules page

The rules for Yajisan-Kazusan can be found here: Rules page

In this puzzle, the puzzles solve with all their usual rules. If you overlap their solutions, then each square is shaded exactly once.

Heyawake clues are in orange. There are no given Statue Park clues in the grid, and the bank is an unknown set of tetrominoes. Yajisan-Kazusan clues are in blue.

The three puzzles in separate grids can be found below.

Also, this is easily the hardest puzzle I’ve posted. Good luck!

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Puzzle #116: Cipher Liar Fillomino

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This is a Cipher Liar Fillomino puzzle.

The rules for Fillomino can be found here: Rules page

In addition to the usual rules of Fillomino, one clue in every row and column has been mislabelled. The number is not the size of the polyomino that contains it.

In addition, each number has been replaced by a letter. Different letters refer to different numbers.

Puzzle #65: Liar Yajisan-Kazusan

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This is a Liar Yajisan-Kazusan puzzle.

The rules for Yajisan-Kazusan can be found here: Rules page

In addition to the usual rules of Yajisan-Kazusan, one clue in every row and every column is mislabelled. If this clue is unshaded, then it does not point to the number of black squares indicated. If it is shaded, then it provides no information.

Puzzle #50: Cipher Liar Yajisan-Kazusan

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This is a Cipher Liar Yajisan-Kazusan.

The rules for Yajisan-Kazusan can be found here: Rules page

In addition to the usual rules of Yajisan-Kazusan, one clue in every row and every column is mislabelled. If this clue is unshaded, then it does not point to the number of black squares indicated. If it is shaded, then it provides no information.

In addition, each number has been replaced by a letter. Different letters refer to different numbers.

 

Happy 50th puzzle! Here’s a simple one to celebrate.