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Puzzle ID: HY66-070EP-JZSA-XOEB-DKXA

 

1 - 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 possible one is if AA is two east. So A is one east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from AA to BA.

2 - Observation

 

QQ 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 QQ which meets the above criterion is two west. So Q must be one west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from QQ to QD.

3 - 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 allowable bridge for DD which meets the above criterion is two south. So D must be one south.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from DD to VF.

 

4 - Observation

 

There are three islands which have the clue BM. The only legal bridge which they can all have in common is one north.

 

Deduction

 

B and M are a linked pair with B and M being either one north or null.

 

Action

 

Draw three bridges from BM to BM, BM to DA and BM to QQ.

 

5 - Observation

 

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

 

Deduction

 

XX cannot be two north because either B or M is one north (step 4) so XX must be four west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from XX to BM.

 

6 - Observation

 

Look at the two bridges which have QM as a clue. We know that Q is one west (step 2) and that M is either one north or null (step 4).

 

Deduction

 

The only legal bridge to meet these requirements is if QM is one west. Therefore M is null and B is one north.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges from QM to XX and QM to GF.

 

7 - Observation

 

Look at BQ.

 

Deduction

 

We know what B is (step 6) and what Q is (step 2) so BQ is one north west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from BQ to QM.

 

8 - Observation

 

Look at BA.

 

Deduction

 

We know what B is (step 6) and what A is (step 1) so BA is one north east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from BA to BM.

 

9 - Observation

 

Look at DM.

 

Deduction

 

We know what D is (step 3) and what M is (step 6) so DM is one south.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from DM to AM.

 

10 - Observation

 

Look at the two places where the clue is AM.

 

Deduction

 

We know what A is (step 1) and what M is (step 6) so we know that AM is one east.

 

Action

 

Draw bridges from AM to DD and AM to BQ.

 

11 - Observation

 

Look at DA.

 

Deduction

 

We know what D is (step 3) and what A is (step 1) so we know that DA is one south east.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from DA to AA.

 

12 - Observation

 

Look at QD.

 

Deduction

 

We know what Q is (step 2) and what D is (step 3) so we know that QD is one south west.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from QD to AM.

 

13 - Observation

 

Look at GF and DM.

 

Deduction

 

The only way for them to have two bridges on each island is for them to be joined.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from GF to DM.

 

14 - Observation

 

Look at VF and QM.

 

Deduction

 

The only way for them to have two bridges on each island is for them to be joined.

 

Action

 

Draw a bridge from VF to QM. Puzzle completed.

 

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