The Sunday Telegraph - Sunday - - Puzzles -


Grid­dlers are solved us­ing num­ber clues to lo­cate solids (filled-in squares) and dots (empty squares) to re­veal a pic­ture. Each col­umn and row has a se­ries of num­bers next to it.Th­ese re­fer to the num­ber of ad­ja­cent squares that should be filled as solids. If more than one num­ber ap­pears, that line will con­tain more than one block of solids. The solid blocks must ap­pear in the or­der that the num­bers are printed. For ex­am­ple, a row that con­tains the num­bers 11.5 would con­tain, some­where, a block of 11 ad­ja­cent filledin squares (solids), then a gap of one or more empty squares (with dots in) and then a block of five ad­ja­cent filled-in squares.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.