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Hikaku puzzle
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pillsbury14



Joined: 31/07/2009 06:59:16
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This suggestion is from a type that I've seen at the Puzzlephil site. This puzzle is called "hikaku" (the name used at Puzzlephil). It's very similar to futoshiki and greater than sudoku. You have a square grid, like a Latin square, and some of the borders between horizontally and vertically squares have indentations or "notches." These represent the inequality symbols for less than (< and greater than (>. A notch always points from a larger to a smaller number. The difference between these and greater than sudoku puzzles is that there are no 3 x 3, 9-square boxes, so they're basically Latin squares with inequality symbols added. Let me know what you think of this idea. Here's the link to the Puzzlephil site

puzzlephil.com
tsr21



Joined: 20/09/2012 04:48:35
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Mainly pdfs? But nice.
HappyDog



Joined: 11/11/2015 18:26:16
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It's not clear from your description how this differs from Futoshiki.
 
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