This is a Tuesday Slitherlink puzzle.
Pop quiz: What age do I turn on the day this puzzle is posted?
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Good for you young fella. Your weakest puzzle yet, so I will assume that you were under the influence of celebratory grog when you crafted it.
Good luck with the next 20.
Nah, no influence. The reason for it being this weak is one that it’s easy and I don’t know how to make easy puzzles yet, and two that I put some absurd constraints on myself in constructing it – wasn’t easy to make.
“Pop quiz: What age do I turn on the day this puzzle is posted?”
Hmm. . . I dunno. 102? 🙂
That’s actually not a terrifying thought in some ways, since I would apparently be in good enough mental condition to maintain this blog at that age. But no, 102 is not right. 😛
Hmm. I’ll have to think about it some more.
Wait a minute. The only givens are 2’s and 0’s. . . and they each come in pairs with the 2 above or to the left of the 0. . . that means your age is. . .
Wait, never mind. I thought I was on to something. 😛
(Seriously, I’m two and a half years your elder, and you’re making one puzzle every day? I’ve made 326 in about 16 months. I feel so old now. You’re going to catch up to me at this rate!)
I’m not positive I can sustain one puzzle a day for the better part of the year, but it doesn’t look like that will stop anytime soon. I’ve been at least a week ahead of schedule for a long time.
In terms of being a prolific writer of logic puzzles, I think Casty (nikoli contributor) has me completely beat.
1. You have the same birth date as my dad(17th November) 😛
2. I’m younger than you(yes I see this is posted in 2009, I calculated that part) thankfully else I’d have a complex.
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