Solve the puzzle

Use the numbers at the top and side of the grid to reveal a hidden picture.

  • The clues at the top of the puzzle tell you how many sets of filled squares there are in that column.
  • The clues at the left of the puzzle tell you how many sets of filled squares there are in that row.
  • The clues are arranged from top to bottom and left to right. For example, the clue "2, 4, 6" at the top of a column means there are sets of two, four and six filled squares, in that order, starting from the top of that column.
  • There must be at least one blank square between each set of filled squares.
  • One click on a square will fill in that square.
  • Clicking on the square again will place an x in that square. You can use this to indicate spaces that you know are blank and shouldn't be filled in.
  • Clicking on the square a third time will clear the marker indicating that you don't know yet if the space should be filled or left blank.
  • Wondering where to start? Look for a row or column with a single number, where that number is greater than half the number of squares in the row or column. You'll be able to fill in at least one square, maybe more — just count the required number of squares from each end, and fill in anything that overlaps.
  • Still need help? Here's a YouTube tutorial on how to do this type of puzzle.
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