Joined: 31/07/2009 06:59:16
I'd like to thank Maarten and Dr Thunderpants for the Hamilton Maze puzzles they've recently posted here. While sudoku and kakuro are fairly commonplace puzzles such as Hamilton Maze, Spokes, Grades and many others are virtually unknown here in the United States, so it's always a joy to find and work these puzzles.
Here's a link to another logic puzzle whic I love to play. This puzzle is called Stars and Arrows, or Starlit Skies. It can be found at http://www.janko.at This is an excellent Austrian puzzle site run by Otto Janko and his wife Angela. In a Stars and Arrows you have a square grid in which some squares contain arrows, which can point in any one of eight directions. The object is to find the hidden stars. The rules are quite simple. 1. Each arrow points to only one star. 2. Each star will have only one arrow pointing to it. 3. There are numbers at the sides of the grid which show how many stars, if any, will appear in each row and column.
Any squares that will not have stars are marked with X's. Quite an intriguing and challenging yet fun puzzle.