Here’s another Heyawake. It was inspired by a deduction that I found while solving a puzzle due to @Nana_sleep, though that wasn’t actually necessary. (Viewing that link might serve as a bit of a spoiler to this one.)
Have a Summon. If you’ve already figured out the kind of argument this one is built around it’s not that difficult.
This is a Cave puzzle.
Here’s a Magic Labyrinth, digits 1-4.
Just survived this year’s 24h puzzle championship in Budapest! Congrats to the winners (Peter Hudak in first, edging out Nikola Zivanovic and Zoltan Horvath), and to Nils for winning the fight for best German. I expect to post (or link to) my contribution at some point, but for now here’s a Compass puzzle that I skipped in favour of two more accessible ones. Inspired by Nikolai’s survey of almost symmetric puzzles.
Next in the series of slightly deficient Masyu. Enjoy, nonetheless.
This was meant to be an easy Araf puzzle.
Rules Split the grid into orthogonally connected areas, such that each area contains exactly two clue cells, and such that the size of each area lies strictly between the values of the two clues that it contains.