Picross, Hanjie, Griddlers, Nonograms: 120+20! Puzzles (Anglais) Broché – 7 septembre 2010
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Currently Djape is working on his PhD thesis in Computer Science. Likes sailing, playing bridge and traveling.
Find out more about Djape's puzzles on www.djape.net
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Easy. Easy medium. Medium. Medium hard. Hard. De plus les différents niveaux viennent de grilles de diférentes tailles.
(par contre les 20 en plus ne sont pas du nonogrammes mais du sudoku. Dommage !)
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NOVEMBER. A month later, and I have really gotten hooked on these puzzles! Awaiting the next shipment of Djape books, once I got going with a few, I kept on going. It gets far too late at night! I've done about 40 of the puzzles by now, no HARD ONES yet, as I still make plenty of errors. Thank goodness for great quality paper. There's no assuming anything (like symmetry!) in this collection. You really must work out logically every lot of clues. It's great seeing a picture come alive, but no certainty until the last square is filled. A great variety of pictures for all interests.
(oh, and I need to skite a bit.....I have a copy of the non-consecutive compendium by my bed - and I FINALLY GOT THE LAST PUZZLE OUT! It's killer, got zeros and difficulty level is "Insane". Oh, what a feeling.)
I did Hanjie/art puzzles/etc constantly over the Australian summer. Left the sudoku variants alone for a while and will enjoy returning to them soon. But I just couldn't get enough of these puzzles, counting squares all day! Not quite as meditative as the my regular killers and samurais, but plenty addictive. I tried a couple of other authors - they were okay. But I must truthfully say to you that I most enjoyed DJAPE's two books. For challenge, non-predictability and enjoyment. Kathy Weaver is good if you want a more relaxing experience and she has some truly lovely pics; the Japanese authors make gorgeous pictures, but the squares are so small that I reckon I might need glasses soon from all the squinting.
Just thought I'd put in an update. I think I'm getting better at them!!!!