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Griddlers Rules and Examples

Griddlers are logic puzzles that use number clues around a grid to create an image.
Each clue indicates a group of contiguous squares of like color.
Group of 5
Between each group there is at least one empty square.
Empty Square
The clues are already in the correct sequence.
Groups of different colors may or may not have empty squares between them.

Solving a Puzzle

Row 2: Clues (3,1), with 1 empty square (background color) between them, add up to the 5 available squares.

Column 5: Clue 1 is already on the grid. We can fill in the rest with background color.

Row 3: There are only 4 squares left to place clue 4 on the grid.

Column 4: Clue 1 is already on the grid. We can fill in the rest with background color.
Row 4/5: Clues (1,1), with 1 empty square between them, add up to 3 available squares.
Column 2: There is only 1 square left to complete clue 3 and finish the puzzle.

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