## About Portable Puzzle Collection r9888

This collection of thirty four small one-player puzzle games by Simon Tatham includes Sudoku (named solo in this collection)

## Features of Portable Puzzle Collection r9888

List of puzzles in the collection

- Black Box
- Find the hidden balls in the box by bouncing laser beams off them.
- Bridges
- Connect all the islands with a network of bridges.
- Cube
- Pick up all the blue squares by rolling the cube over them.
- Dominosa
- Tile the rectangle with a full set of dominoes.
- Fifteen
- Slide the tiles around to arrange them into order.
- Filling
- Mark every square with the area of its containing region.
- Flip
- Flip groups of squares to light them all up at once.
- Galaxies
- Divide the grid into rotationally symmetric regions each centred on a dot.
- Guess
- Guess the hidden combination of colours.
- Inertia
- Collect all the gems without running into any of the mines.
- Light Up
- Place bulbs to light up all the squares.
- Loopy
- Draw a single closed loop in accordance with the clues.
- Map
- Colour the map so that adjacent regions are never the same colour.
- Mines
- Find all the mines without treading on any of them.
- Net
- Rotate each tile to reassemble the network.
- Netslide
- Slide a row at a time to reassemble the network.
- Pattern
- Fill in the pattern in the grid, given only the lengths of runs of black squares.
- Pegs
- Jump pegs over each other to remove all but one.
- Rectangles
- Divide the grid into rectangles with areas equal to the numbers.
- Same Game
- Clear the grid by removing touching groups of the same colour squares.
- Sixteen
- Slide a row at a time to arrange the tiles into order.
- Slant
- Draw a maze of slanting lines that matches the clues.
- Solo
- Fill in the grid so that each row, column and square block contains one of every digit, like Sudoku.
- Tents
- Place a tent next to each tree.
- Twiddle
- Rotate the tiles around themselves to arrange them into order.
- Unequal
- Complete the latin square in accordance with the > signs.
- Untangle
- Reposition the points so that the lines do not cross.

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This webpage was created at Monday July 01, 2013. You can email the TTCS at ttcsosswincd@gmail.com

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