Linesweeper might be the best of the bunch so far. It is similar to the popular Slitherlink, but different enough to be noteworthy.
+Jak Marshall, as mentioned on his blog.
I like closed loop puzzles, my favorite being Monorail, so it should be no surprise that I like Linesweeper too.
The play area is a grid containing some numbers. The grid is always square in this implementation of the puzzle, though it doesn't have to be.
janko.at does. Try #1 over there—I love the simplicity of that puzzle.
If you get stuck in a puzzle, you can quit and resume it later from where you left. Thumbs up for this too often omitted featured.
There are 50 free levels, with grid sizes from 6x6 to 10x10. Here is how a 10x10 looks like.
I found the difficulty rating to be a bit hit and miss. For example here is how long it took me to solve the free 6x6 puzzles:
This is a fun logic puzzle, highly recommended for its mechanics, but I wish it had a more polished presentation and better difficulty classification.
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