This is a Fillomino puzzle, with a twist. Each polyomino is the same size as exactly one other polyomino in the solution. In other words, each polyomino size is either used twice or not at all.
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Terrific. Great finish.
One of your easier to solve puzzles as of late (at least for a very experienced puzzler), but cleverly executed and absolutely beautiful, in true Palmer Mebane style.
This variation allows simpler design,as you can force out several implied polyominos
Definitely something nice about having roughly 1/3 of the puzzle blank going into the home stretch and still having it be unique. Fun and clever design.
AHAHAHAHAHAHA. That last part was fiendishly elegant. You, sir, are living proof that P = PSPACE.
Beautiful ending there, my friend!
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