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Skyscrapers: New Conceptis puzzle will make you think differently about skylinesFriday, October 26, 2012
Skyscrapers, the next addictive logic puzzle from Conceptis, is now available for playing on conceptispuzzles.com. Skyscrapers is a fun puzzle based on logic and deduction in which solvers are required to arrange skyscrapers of different heights so their skylines are visible according to the clues.
Want to find those first skylines now? You can start with the free puzzle on this page or log in to the Play online section where 10 Skyscrapers puzzles are published each week. For additional free Skyscrapers puzzles as well as rules, tutorial, tips and solving techniques, please visit the Get started section.
With this debut, Skyscrapers joins 14 other types of logic puzzles published each week on conceptispuzzles.com, increasing the overall weekly dose from 111 to 121. To celebrate the event, 5 of the first week Skyscrapers puzzles are free until Friday, November 2 when new puzzles are published.
From very easy 5x5 snacks to very hard 7x7 brain breakers
Skyscrapers rules are simple. Each puzzle consists of an NxN grid with some clues along its sides. The object is to place a skyscraper in each square, with a height between 1 and N, so that no two skyscrapers in a row or column have the same number of floors. In addition, the number of visible skyscrapers, as viewed from the direction of each clue, is equal to the value of the clue. Note that higher skyscrapers block the view of lower skyscrapers located behind them.
Conceptis Skyscrapers puzzles range from very easy 5x5 snacks to very hard 7x7 brain breakers taking several hours to solve. The puzzles may be played interactively online or printed and solved on paper. For recommended solving techniques please visit our new Skyscrapers techniques page or have some fun with this interactive Skyscrapers tutorial.
Useful preferences such as 'Show conflicts' and 'Auto-check completed lines' as well as features such as 'Highlighting skyscrapers' to show how many buildings are visible from the direction of a clue make the new puzzle game tremendously fun to play. Other features common to all Conceptis online games are save, print (including resize and multi-page), zoom in/out, undo/redo and check solution. For complete instructions of how to play Skyscrapers online please visit Skyscrapers Interactive.
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