Rules Fill the empty cells of the grid by drawing rectangles that consist of horizontal and vertical lines between cell centers. The sides of different rectangles may intersect but not overlap. Rectangles can’t touch otherwise; in particular, they can’t touch by a corner.
Here’s another Angle Loop, and you can solve it on the new puzz.link:
(You might want to try the example first: https://puzz.link/p?angleloop/5/5/1a1ab6b0c1c0a4c3a1a)
puzz.link is a clone/fork of the excellent pzv.jp, a puzzle solving site and applet built by Daisuke Kobayashi. It seems the author has moved on, so when I wanted pzv support for some angle loops of mine, I decided to go ahead and fork the project. I’m hoping pzv.jp will be updated again and would be happy for my changes to make it upstream! I’ll be putting effort into separating the changes useful for upstream from site-specific changes.
For most puzzle types you can move them from one site to the other by switching between
http://pzv.jp/p.html? in the URLs.
There are three new puzzle types: Besides Angle Loop, there is Heyawacky which slightly generalizes Heyawake by allowing non-rectangular rules. And Nurimisaki is a type that was quite popular on the Japanese puzzle twitter this year, where it was shared using the Kurotto applet. I hope to post some example puzzles for the other types soon. The additions compared to pzv.jp are shown in the “Added puzzles” tab in the type list.
The second major change is that puzz.link… links? come with “rich link preview”, or whatever you want to call it.
I intend to keep updating this with new puzzle types and fixes as I need them, but I’m also happy to accept contributions. I would be particularly grateful for help in keeping the project Japanese: Some of the changes I’ve made so far are lacking Japanese translations, so please let me know if you can help with that.