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Puzzle ID: HY66-060UX-UQFK-DMOS-ETPZ

 

1 - Observation

 

There are two SS clue islands. SS must give rise to a bridge which is not on a diagonal and is either two or four units long.

 

Deduction

 

SS must be two units east. S must be one east.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges from SS to RN and SS to HB.

2 - Observation

 

Look at YS.

 

Deduction

 

We know that S is one east (step 1) so YS must have a one east component and another component that is not one east. It can only be one south east. Y must be one south.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from YS to YN.

3 - Observation

 

VV must give rise to a bridge which is not on a diagonal and is either two or four units long. It could be two south or two west.

 

Deduction

 

But as we already know that Y is one south then V must be one west and VV two west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from VV to YS.

 

4 - Observation

 

Look at VY.

 

Deduction

 

As we know the values of V (step 3) and Y (step 2) we know that VY is one south west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from VY to SS.

 

5 - Observation

 

Look at YB. Because Y is one south (step 2) we know that this bridge must have a one south component.

 

Deduction

 

The only possible bridge is one south so B must be null.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from YB to SU.

 

6 - Observation

 

Look at SB.

 

Deduction

 

As B is null (step 5) and S is one east (step 1) we know that SB is one east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from SB to LR.

 

7 - Observation

 

Look at YN. Y is one south (step 2) so it must have a one south component.

 

Deduction

 

As we already know that V is one west (step 3) and S is one east (step 1) then YN cannot be one south east or one south west. The only other possibility is that YN is three south. N must be two south.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from YN to SB.

 

8 - Observation

 

Look at RN. It contains N in the clue so it must have a two south component (step 7).

 

Deduction

 

The only possible bridge is therefore two south west. R must be two west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from RN to YB.

 

9 - Observation

 

There are two clues which are both LR. From step 8 we know that R is two west and that LR must have a two west component.

 

Deduction

 

The only possible bridge is if LR is two north west. L must be two north.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges from LR to VV and from LR to SS.

 

10 - Observation

 

Look at HL. From step 9 we know that it must have a two north component because L is two north.

 

Deduction

 

The only possible bridge in these circumstances is three north so H must be one north.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from HL to VY.

 

11 - Observation

 

Look at HB.

 

Deduction

 

We know that H is one north (step 10) and that B is null (step 5) so HB must be one north.

 

Action

 

Draw HB to LR.

 

12 - Observation

 

SU to HL is the only bridge which has not yet been drawn.

 

Deduction

 

SU must be three east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from SU to HL.

 

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