# Rey's Puzzles

Difficulties are marked according to the Logic Masters Germany scale. These are just my best guesses, so please let me know if you have a different opinion!

All OctoPuzzles links come with walkthroughs if you need help at any point. (Not all puzzles have OctoPuzzles links.)

## Pointer Fillomino #

Published on July 24, 2023.

*Difficulty: 4*

*Tags: Fillomino*

Divide the grid into orthogonally connected regions such that no two regions of the same size share an edge. Also place a number in each cell indicating the size of the region it is in.

Arrows indicate that the nearest cell with value n in the indicated direction is n cells away, where n is the digit in the arrow.

An example puzzle is shown below.

## Fillomino Chaos Construction 2 #

Published on June 5, 2023.

*Difficulty: 5*

*Tags: Sudoku, Chaos Construction, Fillomino, Sightlines*

Divide the grid into 9 orthogonally connected regions of size 9, and place the digits 1-9 in the grid such that each row, column, and region has one copy of each digit.

Then, divide each region into some polyominoes such that no two polyominoes of the same size share an edge.

Digits in a circle indicate the size of the polyomino it is in, and digits in a square indicate the number of polyominoes in its region.

A digit in a clued cell indicates the number of cells seen in the indicated directions combined (including itself). POLYOMINO borders obstruct vision.

Penpa solvers only: Answer check requires all digits to be filled out, green edges for region borders, and double edges for pentomino borders that are NOT region borders. (All region borders are also pentomino borders because of the rules.)

## Fillomino Chaos Construction #

Published on May 22, 2023.

*Difficulty: 5*

*Tags: Sudoku, Chaos Construction, Fillomino*

Divide the grid into 9 orthogonally connected regions of size 9, and place the digits 1-9 in the grid such that each row, column, and region has one copy of each digit.

Then, divide each region into some polyominoes such that no two polyominoes of the same size share an edge.

Digits in a circle indicate the size of the polyomino it is in, and digits in a square indicate the number of polyominoes in its region.

Penpa solvers only: Answer check requires all digits to be filled out, green edges for region borders, and double edges for pentomino borders that are NOT region borders. (All region borders are also pentomino borders because of the rules.)