Rules / Objectives Summary

- Divide the grid into groups.
- Every square must contain a number, and the number indicates how many squares are in that group.
- Squares in groups are only linked horizontally and vertically.
- You may initially be given two or more numbers in the same group.

See the Walkthrough below for extra tips and tricks.

What are the numbers for?

Each number tells you how many numbers group together to form one group.

Click or move your mouse over the puzzle to see the answer.

Each number tells you how many numbers group together to form one group.

Click or move your mouse over the puzzle to see the answer.

## Notes

The numbers indicate how many squares are in each group. Initially you may be given more than one number in a particular group. Groups with the correct number of squares in them are shaded.

## Walkthrough

Step 2

These three clues show groups that only have one possible route.

These three clues show groups that only have one possible route.

Step 3

This square must be the square that joins the <4> group together.

This square must be the square that joins the <4> group together.

Step 4

The <6> group must occupy the only remaining region available.

The <6> group must occupy the only remaining region available.

Step 5

The <2> group only has one possible route.

The <2> group only has one possible route.

Step 6

There is only one way to complete both groups.

There is only one way to complete both groups.

Step 7

The completed puzzle.

The completed puzzle.