Search This Blog

Monday, November 28, 2016

Blackjack Hitori

Earlier this year, I posted about Nibbl, a puzzle solving and publishing mobile platform where users can solve hand-crafted puzzles created by some of the top puzzlers of the world.

As a series of packs (or 'Collections' on Nibbl), I've published my first set called 'Blackjack Hitori'. Its contents are:

4x4 Hitori - 1 puzzle
5x5 Hitori - 1 puzzle
6x6 Hitori - 1 puzzle
7x7 Hitori - 1 puzzle
8x8 Hitori - 5 puzzles
9x9 Hitori - 5 puzzles
10x10 Hitori - 7 puzzles

I tried to create these with varying difficulty levels and as many different types of solving paths as possible. Hopefully, with some pleasant themes in some of them :-)

If you enjoy solving Hitori puzzles, or want to try your hand on a few, you can purchase this from Nibbl and solve it on your phone at leisure!

Currently, the collection with these 21 puzzles is priced at 99 Nbls (little less than $1). Not only can you solve them, but you can also see the solution path set by the author to help you understand the flow of the solution. Maybe some of you can learn some tricks with it too.

You'll find it in the Collections section in Nibbl. These are not published as individual puzzles, so, you can only solve them from the whole collection.

You can also check out some interesting collections by fellow Nibbl authors. Rob Vollmert's Star Battle and Prasanna Seshadri's Tapa collections are worth a shot.

For those of you who aren't on Nibbl yet, you can download the app from Apple Store or Google Play Store.

Feel free to use my referral code for some bonus credits: ROHA3286

Hope you enjoy the set!

I plan to publish similar packs like these in the months to come. A Sudoku collection will be published next month, so watch out for it.

Special thanks to Dan Adams, Rob Vollmert and Prasanna Seshadri for testing the puzzles.

No comments:

Post a Comment