Kirch + Heim



Place churches and residential buildings into the grid. Each building consists of a triangular roof and one or two squares. See below. The buildings cannot be rotated. Identical shapes that belong to different buildings cannot touch each other, not even diagonally. The numbers outside the grid indicate how many shapes of a specific type appear in the respective row or column. The number of buildings of each type is unknown, possibly zero.

History of the puzzleEdit

Appeared on WPC 2019/Round 12, an "innovations" round. The puzzles were written by Christian Halberstadt.

According to WPC 2019 IB: The name of this puzzle type is a play on the name of the town “Kirchheim”, which can be split into “Kirch” (church) and “Heim” (home).

Appearances in the past WPCsEdit