Best of 2019: Object Placement Puzzles

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Here are our best Object Placement puzzles of 2019, selected from the 38 web posts in this category based on your FAVE votes:

Our first favorite puzzle was a bonus for our subscribers, a Star Battle from Murat Can Tonta with four interacting T’s framing the grid. (We are beginning to organize all of our web bonus puzzles into a new book so that those who missed these puzzles from 2014-2019 can see what they missed.)

Star Battle by Murat Can Tonta

Our next favorite puzzle came from Ashish Kumar, the most recent puzzlemaster to join the team. It combined Minesweeper and Battleship logic and required some outside of the box thinking.

Battleship Minesweeper by Ashish Kumar

For some reason I don’t fully understand, pi-themed puzzles are always popular on the site. Serkan Yürekli brought out a Digital Battleships puzzle that used the first 100 digits of pi and a nice series of outside clues to limit the grid.

Digital Battleships by Serkan Yürekli

Our top two puzzles both used the theme of “two” in different creative ways. Guest contributor Bryce Herdt made this challenging Pentopia puzzle with only two-way straight arrows as clues.

Pentopia by Bryce Herdt

Leading to our best object placement puzzle of 2019, this quite unusual and very logically interesting Battleships puzzle by John Bulten.

Battleships by John Bulten

All of these best Object Placement puzzles are collected in this PDF file.

  • str says:

    So is it possible to subscribe? According to the link in the post it’s not open, maybe that’s still the case?

    • drsudoku says:

      We are still not taking on subscriptions; we’ve moved a lot of the subscription content like the solution videos to be available for all, as we think it is more important to grow our audience and be able to sustain regular puzzle releases. I wrote my thoughts in this post when making this decision last year.

  • str says:

    Ok, I understand. Thank you!

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