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Puzzle ID: HY66-058YB-UYZH-FVVG-XIRM

 

1 - Observation

 

JJ must give rise to a bridge which is not on a diagonal and is either two or four units long.

 

Deduction

 

JJ must be two units east. J must be one east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from JJ to BJ.

2 - Observation

 

Look at BL in top left hand corner. Neither B nor L can have a north or west component. Now look at BJ.

 

Deduction

 

The bridge from this island must go to PP or it will be incompatible with step 2.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from BJ to PP.

3 - Observation

 

There are three islands with the clue BL.

 

Deduction

 

The only bridge which is compatible with the position of all of them is one south. We already know that BJ is one south east (step 3) so B must be one south, L must be null and J must be one east.

 

Action

 

Draw three bridges one south from each of the three BL islands.

 

4 - Observation

 

Look at JL.

 

Deduction

 

From step 3 we know that this clue means one east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from JL to QU.

 

5 - Observation

 

Look at QU. The only allowable bridge is two south west.

 

Deduction

 

Q and U are a linked pair two south and two west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from QU to DP.

 

6 - Observation

 

Look at MQ.

 

Deduction

 

From step 5 we know that Q has either a two west or a two south component. Two south is impossible so MQ must be two north west. Therefore Q is two west, U is two south and M is two north.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from MQ to BL.

 

7 - Observation

 

Look at JW. It must have a one east component (step 1) so could go to PL or JL.

 

Deduction

 

As we know that B is one south (step 3) this rules out JW going to PL. JW must be three east and W must be two east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from JW to JL.

 

8 - Observation

 

PP must give rise to a bridge which is not on a diagonal and is either two or four units long.

 

Deduction

 

It cannot be four north because JL now has two bridges (steps 4 and 7). PP must be two west and P must be one west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from PP to DD.

 

9 - Observation

 

DD must give rise to a bridge which is not on a diagonal and is either two or four units long.

 

Deduction

 

The only possibility is two north now that PP joins to DD. D must be one north.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from DD to DJ.

 

10 - Observation

 

From the previous steps all of the letters are now known.

 

Deduction

 

The remaining bridges can all be worked out.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges from PL to BL, from DP to PL and from DJ to MQ.

 

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