anderson's Puzzle Blog


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Due to a slight school schedule mishap (a particular online math course won’t start until October, and even so, I’ll still have 1-2 study halls a day), I’ll have quite a bit of time in my senior year to create logic puzzles when not doing homework or reading. As with many others, I’m making this blog to share puzzles with the rest of the world, so I hope you’ll enjoy solving them, even if they aren’t especially elegant or difficult.

I’ll probably start by posting some puzzles that I’ve already made, and then update this once every few days or so, until I start getting too much homework. I’ll also note that I don’t have a program to generate grids, though I might write one sometime if I figure out how to work with graphics in Java, so they will be Excel-generated (thanks to David Yang for teaching me how to do so :P) and might not be aligned too well.


Written by qzqxq

August 31, 2011 at 11:19 pm

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  1. You can use the Java applets at for standard puzzle types. You don’t even habe to install the applets. This is an example how to use an applet (your Yajilin puzzle 8):,,,,,,,,1w,/,,,1s,,1e,,,,/,,,,,,,,,/,1n,,,,,,,,/,,,,3e,,,,,/,,,,,3w,,,,/,,,,,,,,1s,/,,,,,,,,,/,,,,1s,,1n,,,/,1e,,,,,,,,/


    September 24, 2011 at 8:23 am

    • Ah, that’s pretty nice. I’ll be sure to remember that.


      September 24, 2011 at 9:38 pm

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