My deepest apologies to all my friends who were ‘stuck’ at completing the shady puzzle due to a typo error of mine. Thanks to Cindy who pointed out the mistake. The error lies in column 21. Correct no sequence should be 2, 6, 5, 5
I have rectify the error, and also added some clues inside this new picture. For those who needs more helps, do feel free to email me. Or simply drop me a comment here.
A very big congrats to Cindy for being the first to complete the puzzle. Am so glad that you had grown to love it as much as I do. Shall wait patiently for 2 more potential winners to email me the completed puzzle now.
Very sorry if my previous rules seems hard to understand. Hope this helps.
How to Play?
The goal of Shady Puzzles is to shade in all the blank squares correctly.
The codes at the side of the grid give you all the information you need to shade in all the squares. It is important that you check every ROW and COLUMN often while solving Shady Puzzles.
(HINT: Never shade in anything unless you are 100% certain that its shaded.)
Here are the only rules you need to know in this game:
1) The numbers at the side of the grid represents a continuous block of cells that need to be shaded in the row/column. Examples:
2) A comma between the numbers represents at least 1 space between the shaded squares.
That’s all you need to know! Happy Shading!
(BONUS HINT: Crosses are extremely useful in Shady Puzzles! Always try to fill in a cross when you can!)
While the prizes from the previous two giveaways are on its way to the winners home, I’m happy to announce the start of a brand new one. Are you all ready for it?
Rules are simple as always. All you have to do, is to be the first 3 friends to complete the shady puzzle above and email it to me at email@example.com. Do also drop me a comment here saying: ” Shady Puzzle Completed! I want My Goodie Bag”, so that I can take note of your entry.
Not sure about how to play the shady puzzle? The rules are as follow:
1. Each number represents a continuous block of squares that need to be shaded in that row or column.
2. Each comma represents at least one empty square between two blocks of shaded squares in that row or column.
3. The first square of each row or column need not be shaded.
(Rules extract from My Paper)