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Monday Mutant 104: Polyominous (cipher)

In this Polyominous puzzle, most of the given numbers have been replaced by letters; all instances of a particular letter represent the same number, but two different letters must represent different numbers. The rules are otherwise unchanged.
 Erratum: "Lord, how many times shall I forgive a blogger who posts broken logic puzzles? Up to seven times?"

9 comments

Projectyl said...

Unless I've messed something up, there can be either one or two E polyominoes in the solution.

Grant Fikes said...

Projectyl: I have unintentionally fallen prey to the phenomenon of Christians thinking they can get away with creating half-assed creative works because "it's for God". I have put at least 51% of my ass into checking this, so it should work now. :)

Anonymous said...

Nice puzzle. Quick breakins followed by solid effort needed for solution. Fun, thanks.

TheSubro

cyrebjr said...

I like the moves with the V's.

Grant Fikes said...

cyrebjr: Would you say they were consummate V's? :)

Anonymous said...

Lovely!

chaotic_iak said...

...the first thing I see is that if the puzzle is rotated 180 degrees and 3 inverted is interpreted as E, I noticed "HOENN". I must be too deep to Pokemon :P

In other words, hi, I'm starting to solve puzzles again. :D

Grant Fikes said...

chaotic_iak: I assure you that this particular Pokémon reference was unintentional. While I've made logical tributes to the franchise before, this particular puzzle is 100% devoted to being preachy and annoying about a different thing. :)

funwithpuzzles.com said...

Very Cleverly made puzzle. Loved this one.

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