The Path Puzzles App is ready to play!
The interface is great for solving puzzles and it’s getting super reviews. (and it’s free)
Here it is in the app store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/path-puzzles!/id737806587?mt=8
Meanwhile, you can still get the book and do Path Puzzles the old-fashioned way.
To do a Path Puzzle, you must make a path that winds its way from one opening to another on the edge of the grid. The numbers tell you how many squares in each row or column are occupied by the path. For an example, click “instructions” above.
Give it a shot with this one.
This one has multiple doors, but only the correct two will work.
Numbers next to more than one row or column count both the row and column they are next to.
An number embedded in the grid counts rows and columns to the left, right, above and below.
Embedded numbers act as a break in the row and column they are in. For example, the 3 in the middle of the grid below cannot “see” the cell below the 4 because the 4 is blocking it. The 3 only counts the uninterrupted rows and columns in all four directions.
This one also has multiple doors. You’ll have to figure out which ones will work.
For more Path Puzzles, get the Path Puzzles book.