WPC 2016/Round 12

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Duration: 75 minutes. Total point value: 900 points. Round winner: Ulrich Voigt (Germany), 910 points.

Puzzles[edit]

  1. Countries by Matúš Demiger, 48 points
  2. Sandwich by Matúš Demiger, 50 points
  3. Numberlink (Arukone) by Matúš Demiger, 34 points
  4. Hexa Words by Matúš Demiger, 86 points
  5. Neighbours (Neighbouring Groups) by Matúš Demiger, 64 points
  6. Hitori by Matúš Demiger, 35 points
  7. Elastic Bands by Zuzana Hromcová, 101 points
  8. Snake by Matúš Demiger, 38 points
  9. Magic Square (Latin Square) by Matúš Demiger, 26 points
  10. Bridges (Hashi) by Matúš Demiger, 20 points
  11. Star Battle by Matúš Demiger, 24 points
  12. Coded Skyscrapers by Matej Uher, 30 points
  13. Four Snails by Matúš Demiger, 22 points
  14. Slash Pack by Matúš Demiger, 42 points
  15. Domino (Domino Hunt) by Matúš Demiger, 26 points
  16. Alternate Tapa (Alternative Tapa) by Matúš Demiger, 30 points
  17. Capsules (Suguru with letters) by Matúš Demiger, 18 points
  18. Easy as ABC (Easy as ANTLY) by Matúš Demiger, 25 points
  19. Climbers (Pyramid Climbers) by Matúš Demiger, 18 points
  20. BACA (with EGR) by Matúš Demiger, 22 points
  21. Dominion by Matúš Demiger, 20 points
  22. Gemini Loop by Matúš Demiger, 18 points
  23. Zig-Zag (Password Path) by Matúš Demiger, 59 points
  24. Curve Data by Matúš Demiger, 11 points
  25. ABC Division (Area Division) by Matúš Demiger, 33 points

2016R12P8 Example.png 2016R12P8 Example Solution.png

In puzzle 8, there was one minor additional rule; All the given letters must be part of the snake's body and must appear in the given order (from head to tail). This additional rule can be interpreted as the same as Pathfinder Snake[1] without excess letters.

See the example on the right (the order: WPC).

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