This unique numerical puzzle game Hidoku 10x10 #1 Hard, in which numbered tiles must be placed on the playing field to continue the sequence of numbers. Hidoku (Hidato, King's Hat) - one of the most difficult puzzles on the site crossword.nalench.com.
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The grids are divided into cells that are either filled with a number or empty. Starting number 1 and ending puzzle number Snake number are printed). This end number can be 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 144, or 225, depending on the size of the grid (a 10 by 10 grid contains 100 cells). The goal is to fill in the missing numbers.

All numbers in the grid must be connected. 1 must be connected to 2.99 to 100. The cycle (or path) of numbers must be continuous and form a single chain of numbers. The number of snake puzzles are based on logic, not math and will enhance your logic brain power when you solve them.

In each grid, the start and finish numbers (end numbers) are printed in circles. The final number depends on the size of the grid: a 5 by 5 grid has a finite number of 25, while a 12 by 12 grid has a (12 x 12) final number of 144. Unlike our Numbricks puzzles, all start and end numbers are given so that you don't have to do math. Not that it would be difficult, but anyway.

The grid must be connected either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Unlike Numbricks puzzles, you are allowed to connect the number diagonally (as shown in the example on the left). This does not mean that the number snake puzzle is easier than the Numbricks puzzle, but it adds an extra dimension to the logic puzzle. If you would like to solve our Numbrick puzzles, click here.

Each puzzle should only have 1 single solution. If you find any more chains available, please contact us. We will promptly eliminate possible errors.

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## What is the Hidoku puzzle (Number Snake, Hidato, Hidoku)?

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**Hidato (Number Snake)**is to form a continuous path of numbers from 1 to a (given) finite number of the puzzle. This end number depends on the size of the mesh. A 10 of 10 puzzles, for example, has 100 cells, so the goal is to connect the numbers from 1 to 100. The grids are filled with start numbers, end numbers and some random numbers with clues and it's up to you to fill in the missing ones. numbers in such a way that they connect horizontally, vertically or diagonally (see rules). The more difficult the logic puzzle, the fewer diagnostic numbers are printed.## Hidato Rules (Hidato or Number Serpent)

### 1. Fill in missing numbers in grids

The grids are divided into cells that are either filled with a number or empty. Starting number 1 and ending puzzle number Snake number are printed). This end number can be 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 144, or 225, depending on the size of the grid (a 10 by 10 grid contains 100 cells). The goal is to fill in the missing numbers.

### 2. The numbers are connected in a continuous loop or path

All numbers in the grid must be connected. 1 must be connected to 2.99 to 100. The cycle (or path) of numbers must be continuous and form a single chain of numbers. The number of snake puzzles are based on logic, not math and will enhance your logic brain power when you solve them.

### 3. Start and end numbers are written in circles

In each grid, the start and finish numbers (end numbers) are printed in circles. The final number depends on the size of the grid: a 5 by 5 grid has a finite number of 25, while a 12 by 12 grid has a (12 x 12) final number of 144. Unlike our Numbricks puzzles, all start and end numbers are given so that you don't have to do math. Not that it would be difficult, but anyway.

### 4. Numbers must be connected horizontally, vertically or diagonally

The grid must be connected either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Unlike Numbricks puzzles, you are allowed to connect the number diagonally (as shown in the example on the left). This does not mean that the number snake puzzle is easier than the Numbricks puzzle, but it adds an extra dimension to the logic puzzle. If you would like to solve our Numbrick puzzles, click here.

### 5. Each puzzle has only 1 solution

Each puzzle should only have 1 single solution. If you find any more chains available, please contact us. We will promptly eliminate possible errors.

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