Puzzle 316 (Country Road)

This is a Country Road puzzle.

Puzzle 316

Puzzle 316

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EDIT: Fixed a no solutions goof at 5/16/2011 9:40 AM ET.


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8 Responses to “Puzzle 316 (Country Road)”

  1. mathgrant Says:

    I can’t solve this. :[ Am I tired, or did you pass through a room twice by mistake?

  2. Giovanni P. Says:

    I think I agree with mathgrant on the possibility of an error. Something in the top right appears to lead to an unsolvable contradiction.

  3. Georgi Says:

    Mhm, the rightmost room on R3 should be split in two for a valid solution but that would ruin the symmetry…

  4. Ours brun Says:

    I am afraid I have to agree with the previous comments. Naughty little room on R3… Otherwise, nice easy puzzle – as far as your puzzles can be called “easy”, of course.

  5. MellowMelon Says:

    Oh no! Well that’s the worst kind of comment explosion to wake up to. I apologize; the puzzle has been fixed. (but I think it got a little harder than the intended original at the same time…)

  6. Ours brun Says:

    Probably a bit harder, indeed. Good that you were able to fix it without breaking the symmetry. And please don’t apologize – a broken puzzle from time to time is still better than no puzzle at all… At least, it prevents routine.
    Seriously, thanks for one more nice piece.

  7. mathgrant Says:

    Tough for a Monday, but solvable now! 🙂

  8. chaotic_iak Says:

    The bottom was easy. The top was hard. I used a “long” if-then once. But it’s fun.

    Now doing some of your recent Mon/Tue puzzles…

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