Roderick Kimball wrote to tell me about an interesting logic puzzle he’s developed called Path Puzzles.
In these puzzles, you must make a path that winds its way from one opening to another on the edge of the grid. The clue numbers tell you how many squares in each row or column are occupied by the path.
The more advanced versions of the puzzles involve more ambiguous clues, and multiple door choices; which makes them significantly more challenging.
If you’d like to try these puzzles out, check out this sample page that Roderick has provided to Krazydad readers:
Want some more? Go to pathpuzzles.com.
And happy puzzling!