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## Can hitori have more than one solution?

There are only two possible combinations, and it is sometimes possible to decide which is correct by determining if one variation will cut non-black squares off from the remainder of the grid.

## How does a Kakuro puzzle work?

The task in Kakuro puzzles is to fill all empty squares using numbers 1 to 9 so the sum of each horizontal block equals the clue on its left, and the sum of each vertical block equals the clue on its top. In addition, no number may be used in the same block more than once.

## What is a Hitori puzzle?

Hitori is a number-elimination puzzle based on a square grid filled with numbers. In addition, shaded (black) squares do not touch each other vertically or horizontally and all un-shaded (white) squares create a single continuous area when the puzzle is completed.

## What is hanjie puzzle?

Hanjie is a picture-based logic puzzle that originated in Japan in the late 1980s. The aim is to reveal a pixelated picture by shading blocks in rows and columns based on the clues provided.

## How do you solve extreme Kakuro?

The traditional way to solve a Kakuro puzzle is incremental: by using the existing information on the board, you can find with certainty the value of a specific cell which can take only one possible value. Then that value is filled and the process is repeated until all the board cells have been discovered.

## Is Kakuro harder than sudoku?

someone said that one part of the puzzle can be unrelated to another. i think that’s part of the beauty of sudoku, how the whole puzzle is interconnected. kakuro is much harder than sudoku.