zo
06
12
15

Sunday puzzles: skyscrapers - killer

Puzzle 1

Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings. The numbers in the dotted cages are the sum of the figures that have to be filled in. All numbers in a dotted cage are different.
1265 Skyscrapers killer 6×6 RS 06-12-15

Puzzle 2

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do
17
09
15

Thursday puzzles: skyscrapers - classic

Puzzle 1

1105 Skyscrapers classic 6×6 17-09-15
Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings.

Puzzle 2

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zo
30
08
15

Sunday puzzles: skyscrapers - killer

Puzzle 1

Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings. The numbers in the dotted cages are the sum of the figures that have to be filled in. All numbers in a dotted cage are different.
1069 Skyscrapers killer 6×6 RS 30-08-15

Puzzle 2

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vr
21
08
15

Friday puzzles: skyscrapers - classic

Puzzle 1

1051 Skyscrapers classic 6×6 21-08-15
Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings.

Puzzle 2

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do
21
05
15

Thursday puzzles: skyscrapers

Puzzle 1

0867 Skyscrapers 6×6 21-05-15
Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings.

Puzzle 2

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zo
19
04
15

Sunday puzzles: skyscrapers

Puzzle 1

0803 Skyscrapers 7×7 19-04-15

Place the digits 1-7 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings.

Puzzle 2

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vr
17
04
15

Friday puzzles: skyscrapers - killer

Puzzle 1

Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings. The numbers in the dotted cages are the sum of the figures that have to be filled in. All numbers in a dotted cage are different.
0799 Skyscrapers killer 6×6 RS 17-04-15

Puzzle 2

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ma
22
12
14

Monday puzzles: skyscrapers - killer

Puzzle 1
0567 Skyscrapers killer 6×6 RS 22-12-14

Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings. The numbers in the dotted cages are the sum of the figures that have to be filled in. All numbers in a dotted cage are different.

 

Puzzle 2

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do
04
12
14

Thursday puzzles: skyscrapers

Puzzle 1

 

0531 Skyscrapers 6×6 04-12-14

Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings.
 

Puzzle 2
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ma
10
11
14

Monday puzzles: skyscrapers - classic

Puzzle 1

 

0483 Skyscrapers 6×6 10-11-14

Place the digits 1-6 in every row and column. Each digit indicates a skyscraper of that height. Numbers outside the grid indicate how many buildings are visible when looking from that side. Larger buildings block the view of smaller buildings.
 

Puzzle 2
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