Free griddler puzzle
Every day we have a free nonogram / griddler puzzle that you can print out and complete at your leisure!
In these picture logic puzzles, cells in a grid have to be filled or left blank
to reveal a hidden picture. The puzzle is solved using number sequences at the
side and bottom of the grid which describe how many unbroken lines of filled-in
squares there are in each row and column. For example, the numbers "8.5.6" next to a row,
would mean the row contains sets of eight, five and six filled squares, in that order,
with at least one blank square between successive groups. Good luck!
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