While we’re all waiting for the WPC instructions, here’s a Checkered Fillomino that Silke Berendes made for the Puzzle GP finals. The organizers chose her Yajilin instead, so now you can solve it here. Thanks!

# Tag Archives: checkered fillomino

# Puzzle 105: Checkered Fillomino, knapp daneben

This was another type on the mixed round. It seems that “knapp daneben” almost works better for checkered fillominos than for the plain ones.

**Rules** Add or subtract 1 from each clue, then solve as a standard Checkered Fillomino.

# Puzzle 88: Checkered Fillomino

Here’s a Checkered Fillomino, flowery theme.

# Puzzle set: Polish qualifiers 2016

I made a couple of puzzles for the Polish qualifiers back in February. I previously posted two more puzzles which didn’t make it: Angle Loop, Doubleback.

One Minesweeper puzzle (with an unknown number of mines). The kind of puzzle that just feels too trivial when constructing, although in the end I think it’s quite ok.

One Pentominous, with the obvious PL theme.

Finally a small an tricky Checkered Fillomino.

# Puzzle 79: Checkered Fillomino

Today marks the start of a series of Checkered Fillominos on croco-puzzle, check them out! (Solving on time will require making an account; they become freely playable after one week. No Java required.)

Here’s an extra one; the croco series starts out a bit more gently than this.

# Puzzles 64 & 65: Checkered Fillomino

Two more Checkered Fillominos. I made a bunch of them for the 24 hours that take place in Budapest this weekend. These here use some different logic. The first one turned out to have an easier break-in that circumvents what I had in mind, but maybe the similarities help as a hint?

# Puzzle 60: Checkered Fillomino

I hope you enjoy these Checkered Fillominos as much as I do. This one came out clearly too hard for this year’s 24h puzzle championship in Budapest. (April 17-19, I don’t think it’s too late to join.)

**EDIT** Fixed an amibiguity. (Hopefully. Thanks Prasanna for finding it.)

# Puzzle 59: Checkered Fillomino

The German qualification is through. The puzzles will be available there again sooner or later, maybe I’ll post my contribution to the set here later. Here’s a somewhat trickier Checkered Fillomino that didn’t make it. I’m not sure it’s right to tag it as hard, that depends a lot on how well you know the type.

# Puzzle 2: Checkered Fillomino

This variation was introduced by Nikolai Beluhov at Puzzled by Titles, see the authoritative rules and two very tricky puzzles: Fillomino 6: Checkered, Fillomino 8: Checkered. Here’s something that’s hopefully both correct and a little more approachable.

**Rules (brief):** Solve as a standard Fillomino, and shade some resulting polyominoes, such that no two shaded or unshaded polyominoes share an edge.