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Wow, what a workout, (4:51). I love your challenging puzzles!! Many thanks Antagony :D
Whoa, what a puzzle, a real challenge. At this point, I'm just proud to say I finished it!
:P 7:44:00 Nothing to brag about, but done LOL
Why thank you Froggy... you're very kind. :^)
It can be laborious creating some of them but I enjoy bring my ideas to fruition as much as I enjoy solving difficult puzzles. If you're interested, I've just uploaded a smaller version of this puzzle here...
You may find your eyes have an easier time with that one. :^)
I actually think what you are doing is fantastic and can appreciate the work that must go into these puzzles. If my eyes were 100% and I had a bigger monitor I would certainly be spending time trying to solve them. They are certainly challenging and I love a challenge . . . keep up the good work . . . :D)
What do you mean??? :^D
Seriously though, I'm trying to create challenging puzzles that require different strategies to solve. With this one for example, the colours SHOULD mean it's not just an edge shape matching exercise (a la blank puzzles) but the fact many of the pips will be a different colour to the pieces they interlock with, should offset any benefits gained from having colours.
Aaaaaargh . . . what are you trying to do to us? LOL
To try and increase the difficulty of the puzzleas if it wasn't hard enough :^Dthe pieces are intentionally coloured using the same background colours Jigidi provides. I don't know about anyone else, but I found I had to change the background colour several times while solving the previous (regularly patterned) puzzle using the same colours.