As promised, I’m back after a long lay-off… a whole day.
This was supposed to be quite a thematic tribute to this weekend’s LMI test, but I had to mess about with the numbers a bit. I still got it in one of the lines though albeit a bit upside down and here and there.
I then realized all too late that I’d messed up its symmetry too. All in all, not a good day.
In case you’re wondering, the upcoming test is Diagonal Vision, authored by Fred Stalder.
Here’s the Test Link.
Now back to the puzzle, and I hope its a fun solve at the very least since everything else is messed up.
Follow regular Yajilin rules.
In addition, some clues point diagonally instead of the usual horizontal/vertical pointing. The diagonals they point toward are specified by that small thick line in the corner of the clue-box. Each diagonal the number points towards contains that many shaded cells. Simple enough no?