Daily Network

 Lock squares with mouse  Show mistakes when checking Reverse mouse click direction

Today's Network Puzzles

6 x  6 - No Wrap - Wrap
9 x  9 - No Wrap - Wrap
12 x 12 - No Wrap - Wrap
16 x 16 - Weekly Special

All daily items change at midnight GMT.

Notes

• Use Puzzles
Would you like a (free) Sudoku for a small, local, community newsletter. Or a monthly puzzle for your company's bulletin. Or a range of puzzles for your local newspaper? Or puzzles for a project of any size? KNS Puzzles was set up by my brother (Julian), specifically to provide commercial access to all of my content (current and old). If it involves BrainBashers puzzles, he will try his best to help. Take a look at my contact page for more information.

• Objective / Rules
- Unscramble and complete the network.
- The completed puzzle is a single network of computers, without any loops.
- Every computer is connected to every other computer and every square is used in the network.

• Help
Read the help/walkthrough page on Network puzzles for a more detailed explanation and a walkthrough.

• Wrap vs No Wrap
Wrap means the network can wrap off the edge of the grid (i.e. right to left, bottom to top, etc). Easier puzzles have No Wrap, and the border to the puzzle is red (and the network cannot wrap off the edge).

• Mouse & Keyboard Usage
Note: only when supported by your computer/device/browser/etc.
Left-click = rotate counter-clockwise.
Right-click = rotate clockwise.
Space key = lock the square the mouse is over (very useful if you're sure a square is correct).
Lock squares with mouse = use the mouse to lock squares instead of Space.

• Checking
If you click 'Check' the system will check the current state of the network. However, the system will only check squares that are locked. If 'Show mistakes when checking' is checked they will be marked in red.

• Uniqueness
Each puzzle has exactly one solution, which can be found using logic alone and no guesses are ever required. If you think you've found another solution, then please double check the rules.

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