Can you make a complete loop using only the numerical clues as a guide?
Categories: BRAIN =Math Games
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Slitherlink is an amazingly mind-taxing game that will have some excited and others flummoxed. The idea is to create an unbroken link by using logic to guess which sides of the hexes are full and which are empty. You can choose different shapes for the cells, like squares, kites, or "cairos". But above all else, you need a logical mind to be able to even play this game, much less succeed at it, or even enjoy it. The quality of the game is above question; it just remains to be seen whether or not you'll take to it. -- Keoni C.
In a Slitherlink puzzle your goal is to form a single loop through the game field using numerical clues.
You can read more about history and rules in Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slitherlink
In addition to classic square grids of different sizes and difficulties this implementation of Slitherlink offers hexagon, pentagon and mixed grids. Try solving those, it may require different ways of thinking than with squares.
Automatic coloring of clues and lines helps thinking, but can be turned off for more classic look and tougher challenge.
This Ad-supported free version is limited to 2400 levels across all difficulties and grid layouts.
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- Tablets support
- Dark and light themes
- Scores & Sharing
- Pre-loaded levels to play offline
- 'Kites', 'Cairo', 'Squares' and 'Honeycomb' grids
- Colored clues (optional)
- Orientation lock
This game is also known as Loopy, Loop-the-Loop, Fences, Takegaki, Suriza, and Dotty Dilemma. More variety than Sudoku!
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