wo
30
09
15

Wednesday puzzles: city construction

Puzzle 1

1131 City construction RS 30-09-15
Place all buildings in the grid. Buildings may be rotated. They may not touch each other, not even diagonally. Digits outside the grid represent the number of cells in that row or column used by buildings. Draw a closed loop that passes through all the remaining white cells. The loop does not cross or overlap itself.

Puzzle 2

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ma
08
06
15

Monday puzzles: city construction

Puzzle 1

0903 City construction RS 08-06-15
Place all buildings in the grid. Buildings may be rotated. They may not touch each other, not even diagonally. Digits outside the grid represent the number of cells in that row or column used by buildings. Draw a closed loop that passes through all the remaining white cells. The loop does not cross or overlap itself.

Puzzle 2

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za
10
01
15

Saturday puzzles: city construction

Puzzle 1

0605 City construction RS 10-01-15

Place all buildings in the grid. Buildings may be rotated. They may not touch each other, not even diagonally. Digits outside the grid represent the number of cells in that row or column used by buildings. Draw a closed loop that passes through all the remaining white cells. The loop does not cross or overlap itself.

 

Puzzle 2

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di
04
11
14

Tuesday puzzles: city construction

Puzzle 1

0471 City construction rs 04-11-14

Place all buildings in the grid. Buildings may be rotated. They may not touch each other, not even diagonally. Digits outside the grid represent the number of cells in that row or column used by buildings. Draw a closed loop that passes through all the remaining white cells. The loop does not cross or overlap itself.

 

Puzzle 2

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vr
19
09
14

Friday puzzles: city construction (new)

Puzzle 1

0379 City construction rs 19-09-14

Place all buildings in the grid. Buildings may be rotated. They may not touch each other, not even diagonally. Digits outside the grid represent the number of cells in that row or column used by buildings. Draw a closed loop that passes through all the remaining white cells. The loop does not cross or overlap itself.

 

Puzzle 2

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