I should be writing up my experience in Kirchheim from two weeks ago, where I managed to beat Ulrich Voigt to take my first German title. Instead, here’s a Geradeweg puzzle, to serve as an advertisement for the Puzzler’s Club contest at LMI next weekend. The contest will feature two puzzles of mine (a Geradeweg and a Checkered Fillomino), next to a number of great puzzles by other authors.
And here’s a Geradeweg with unequal lengths.
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Rules Solve as a regular Geradeweg. In addition, any two straight segments which meet at a point must have different lengths.
Here’s two quick Geradeweg puzzles.
Here’s a twin Geradeweg and Wanderweg puzzle. Both puzzles were on last week’s WPC in London, under the names “Straight Loop” and “Hiking Path”. I sort of hope Geradeweg sticks as a name.
Let’s keep counting, with another Geradeweg.
After the great marathon at LMI last week, how about another one in Budapest later this month?
Here’s a Geradeweg. It might have gone in last weekend’s Puzzle GP round, but the focus there was on more familiar types. There’s a couple more of these on the Rätselportal.