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Sunday, January 15, 2006

Sunday Slither!



Thanks go out to Mrs. Armstrong for pointing to today's game from Think Again!.


The game, from Japan, is called Slither Link.


Rules of Slither Link


    1. Connect adjacent dots with vertical or horizontal lines.

    2. A single loop is formed with no crossing or branches.

    3. Each number indicates how many lines surround it, while empty cells may be surrounded by any number of lines.



Play here.

1 Comments:

At 5/01/2006 5:56 AM, Blogger Puzzler said...

I recently got hooked on the puzzle Slither Link And I would like to share my collection of links for online play of the game:

http://www.puzzle-loop.com/ has a huge collection of various sizes and two difficulty levels.

http://www.pro.or.jp/~fuji/java/puzzle/numline/index-eng.html has a very nice set of puzzles. Unfortuantely there are only 38 puzzles total here.

http://www.kwontomloop.com/ - great very difficult puzzles

http://janko.at/Raetsel/Schlangenlinie/index.htm is a German site with several puzzles.

http://www.puzzle.jp/letsplay/play_slitherlink-e.html - Puzzle Japan/Nikoli. Mostly easy puzzles, good for an introduction.

 

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