0h n0

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Q42

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Description

0h n0 is a little logic game that complements 0h h1. It was created by Martin Kool. The concept is inspired by the Japanese Kuromasu.

Instructions

Blue dots can see others in their own row and column. Their numbers tell how many. Red dots block their view.


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