I’ve been quiet for some time because I’ve been working on my thesis diligently. Anyway… it’s time for a new free sample puzzle for you. 🙂
This time it’s a number fill-in puzzle. I started making them only recently, so I’m very keen to hear from you how you like them. Is this puzzle I’m posting now too easy or too difficult or just right?
The rules of fill-ins are simple: fill the grid with the numbers listed below. Each number must be used precisely once. You must place them either horizontally or vertically. Just like in crosswords, but here you are crossing the numbers instead.
How do you proceed in solving them? Well, you must start with a little bit of “what if”. For example, in this puzzle there are only 2 numbers with 10 digits. See where they can fit in the grid and check the perpendicular intersecting sequences to see if there are listed numbers that conform with the 10 digit number. In other words, is there another number that can be crossed with the 10 digit number. If there isn’t, it means that the 10 digit number must go into the only other possible spot in the grid.
So… here it is… please comment if you like it or not and how difficult was it for you.
Free Number Fill In puzzle
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