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Puzzle ID: HY66-062PV-ZCCL-DHQY-ZXJB

 

1 - Observation

 

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

 

Deduction

 

The only bridge that they can both be is two east so M is one east.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges from MM to LK and MM to AT.

2 - Observation

 

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

 

Deduction

 

The only allowable bridge for TT is four south. So T must be two south.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from TT to AA.

3 - Observation

 

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

 

Deduction

 

The only allowable bridge for AA is four west. So A must be two west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from AA to US.

 

4 - Observation

 

There are two clues which are AT and we know what A means (step 3) and what T means (step 2).

 

Deduction

 

The clue AT gives rise to a bridge which is two south west.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges AT to AL and AT to MS.

 

5 - Observation

 

Look at MS.

 

Deduction

 

As M is two east (step 1) the only possible bridge is three east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from MS to MM.

 

6 - Observation

 

There are three islands with the clue US. The only bridge which all of them can be is two north east.

 

Deduction

 

U and S are a linked pair with one meaning two north and the other meaning two east.

 

Action

 

Draw three bridges from US to LD, from US to BL and US to BM.

 

7 - Observation

 

Look at BD. It cannot have a western component because it is at the western edge of the puzzle and it cannot have an eastern component because both are known. M (step 1) and U or S (step 6).

 

Deduction

 

So BD must be one north. And B and D must be a linked pair with one being one north and the other being null.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from BD to US.

 

8 - Observation

 

Look at LK. The only possible bridge from there is one south west.

 

Deduction

 

So LK must be one south west. And L and K must be a linked pair with one being one south and the other being one west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from LK to TT.

 

9 - Observation

 

Look at AL. We know that A is two west (step 3) and that L is either one south or one west (step 8)

 

Deduction

 

The only possibility that meets these criteria is if AL is three west. L is one west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from AL to BD.

 

10 - Observation

 

Look at LD. We know that L is one west (step 9) and that D is either null or one north (step 7).

 

Deduction

 

The only possible bridge that meets the above requirements is if LD is one west. So D is null and B is one north.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from LD to US (row 4).

 

11 - Observation

 

Look at BM. We know that B is one north (step 10) and M is one east (step 1).

 

Deduction

 

BM must be one north east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from BM to MM. Then draw the only possible remaining bridge from BL to AT. Puzzle complete.

 

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