WPC 2017/Round 11

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The namesake of this round is Snake Variations Contest series, the first one of which was held by Serkan Yürekli (Turkey) in February 2010.[1]

Duration: 25 minutes. Total point value: 250 points. Round winner: Yuki Kawabe (Japan), 270 points.


Round note: This is a single-type round that contains 8 puzzles featuring 6 variations of the Snake puzzle type along with two Classic Snake puzzles.

1-2. Snake by Ashish Kumar, 5+15 points
3. Toroidal Snake by Ashish Kumar, 55 points
4. Regional Coded Snake by Ashish Kumar, 65 points
5. All or None Snake by Deb Mohanty, 25 points
6. True-False Snake by Prasanna Seshadri, 35 points
7. BOA Snake by Amit Sowani, 15 points
8. Instructionless Snake by Rohan Rao, 35 points

Rules to 8: This is a Snake variant puzzle. Instead of instructions, an example will be given, with its solution. It is part of solving to determine what the variant rules are and then solve the Snake. It is not required to describe the rules. There are no points for determining the rule correctly, but not solving the Snake (or solving incorrectly).