Schedule for Next Week

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All the puzzles from last week’s Araf collection have been grouped in this PDF. It seemed to have been well received as a genre so we may choose to feature it more regularly in our rotation. I personally enjoy it a bit more than other intuitive styles like Numberlink, but that could just be a result of it feeling “new” having only solved about twenty Araf puzzles.

This coming week has a mini-theme to it, perhaps “something old, something new”, as half the puzzles will be from guest contributors who have made some interesting puzzles. The rest are from Grant Fikes, who is not so much “old” as familiar. He’s been contributing about a puzzle a day since the start of the year; there will be a collection of the Foxger’s puzzles coming later this year as a book/e-book from GMPuzzles which will be a great book for solvers just learning how to solve some of these types.

The exact schedule for the week is this (highlight to view):

Monday: Star Battle by Grant Fikes
Tuesday: Skyscrapers by Grant Fikes
Wednesday: Fillomino by Walker Anderson
Thursday: Yajilin by Grant Fikes
Friday: Place by Product by Ravi Kumar Macherla
Saturday: Tapa by Murat Can Tonta

The bonus puzzle for our Expert and above patrons will be a Masyu by Prasanna Seshadri.

  • Giovanni P. says:

    A bit of a different schedule this week, but I look forward to it. Perhaps it has to do with the USPC this weekend, and how a few of the contributors here may be busy with that… We’ll see come Friday I suppose.

  • Jack Bross says:

    I see from the IB that Dr. Sudoku is once again contributing to the USPC, and once again has figured out something really interesting (REALLY interesting this year) for the word search.

    • drsudoku drsudoku says:

      I worry with the capital letters that you may be really overselling (REALLY overselling) that one puzzle. But I hope you and others enjoy the contest tomorrow.

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