So I tried again, I saw that it's normal and you gave the information later in the level ^^
It would just be necessary to give all the keys at the beginning I think.
I have not tested pico8 but that's what I was afraid! It is not possible to assign it to the space key for example ?
It's not hell but a little frustrating to kill yourself after almost finishing a level lol
Hi, I haven't finished yet, i like to keep games under my elbow and play them for a few minutes during breaks. I'll tell you if I'm finished or if I'm blocked ^^
Yes no problem for the button I made it for. If you have the different sizes of your buttons I can quickly make them with the model above.
Oooh ok ^^ than you I understand ! it's better like this lol. I'm not english so maybe it's just my own mistake.
The reason why I failed in this rule is in the tutorial. In explanations 6/10 and 8/10 you saied :
"the line only intersect...".
In first I understood this rule apply only if 2 lines intersect but not it they are more than 2.
That's why in my example I fill out numbers 5 and 4 because this line only intersect with 5 and 4.
I understand now ; if only 2 line intersect you know wich number to put inside. BUT if there are more intersection the rule stay the same ^^
So I can't judge with my non-English reading. But peraps the "only" explanation could be made more excplicit.
Hope it's help ;-) I know feedback is important and most people never notify when they find problems.
Does this logic already exist in a game or did you create everything?
I love Sudoku so I think this idea is great!
But for me there should be additionals rules.
When I played a size 4 it was really easy, but in size 6 it started to be unresolvable.
With the current rules I have found cases where several solutions are possible. This is not the case in a Sudoku where only one solution exists.
Here, if I'm not mistaken, the 5 and 4 on left are good, but after that there are not indices for find the next numbers.
All these solutions follow the rules but are not good?
Here is the correct solution (below) and I don't know why.
Maybe a new rule could render only one solution good.
For example, the numbers on the same "column" cannot be the same. In this case in the first picture, the B would be wrong because the numbers 2 and 6 are on the same column. the same for the D with the number 2.
Unfortunately this slight problem makes the experience less replayable and more frustrating.