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Evil Zinger 4: Tetra Firma

In Japan, this type of puzzle is known by the letters LITS; here, though, this puzzle can only be described as EZ! (That, of course, stands for Evil Zinger.)

3 comments

Mosethyoth said...

4 areas in a 10x10 ridge to place the forms in? You're kidding right?

Grant Fikes said...

Sadly, no. I am not kidding.

Mosethyoth said...

On second read I recognice my comment contains more sarcasm than I intended.

The puzzle is a nice example how important the rule that all tiles must form a single polyomino is. Though in the end it's solved too fast.

Thanks for all the other good ones.

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