### WPC - Round 13

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**Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:06 pm**Questions related to WPC Round 13.

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Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:06 pm**

Questions related to WPC Round 13.

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:18 pm**

Round 13 - Twisted

Coded puzzles, puzzles with incomplete or missing hints, liars, wrongs

Coded puzzles, puzzles with incomplete or missing hints, liars, wrongs

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 2:45 pm**

puzzle 1 ABC box. first row. A?B becomes ABCC. Is this a typo or the first row has a type of twist I do not understand?

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 4:35 pm**

sf2l wrote:puzzle 1 ABC box. first row. A?B becomes ABCC. Is this a typo or the first row has a type of twist I do not understand?

Also the example doesn't solve uniquely with the clues as given.

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 4:41 pm**

Puzzle 5: Coded doubleblock

Can coded clues take the value 0?

Can coded clues take the value 0?

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 4:53 pm**

Puzzle 10: Liar diagonal slitherlink

Is it enough for a number to be crossed by a diagonal for it to be a liar, or does the number of used edges actually have to be wrong? E.g., in the example, would the solution still be correct if the clue R1C4 was a 1? (The example is uniquely solvable without that, hence the question.)

Is it enough for a number to be crossed by a diagonal for it to be a liar, or does the number of used edges actually have to be wrong? E.g., in the example, would the solution still be correct if the clue R1C4 was a 1? (The example is uniquely solvable without that, hence the question.)

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 4:55 pm**

Puzzle 11: Liar masyu

Judging by the example, the final position of the clues is not necessarily unique?

Judging by the example, the final position of the clues is not necessarily unique?

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 5:05 pm**

Puzzle 16: Wrong shikaku

The puzzle seems to be not unique. For example the middle 6 could be extended down by one to form an 8, and the 4 in R5 becomes a 2.

The puzzle seems to be not unique. For example the middle 6 could be extended down by one to form an 8, and the 4 in R5 becomes a 2.

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 7:39 pm**

rob wrote:Puzzle 5: Coded doubleblock

Can coded clues take the value 0?

Yes they can.

Posted: **Wed Oct 24, 2018 8:43 pm**

rob wrote:Puzzle 10: Liar diagonal slitherlink

Is it enough for a number to be crossed by a diagonal for it to be a liar, or does the number of used edges actually have to be wrong? E.g., in the example, would the solution still be correct if the clue R1C4 was a 1? (The example is uniquely solvable without that, hence the question.)

The number of edges of the liar has to be actually wrong.