Hitori


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Hitori is a logic puzzle with simple rules and challenging solutions.

The rules of Hitori are simple:
You have to shade some of the cells of the grid according to the rules:
- No number should appear unshaded more than once in a row or a column.
- 2 black cells cannot be adjacent horizontally or vertically.
- All non-shaded cells should be connected in a single group by vertical or horizontal motion.

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Hitori


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This Month
1. boru
46
00:05.32
2. DouvleX 00:05.99
3. Make
132
00:06.27
4. IzAlexandre2
61
00:06.97
5. Ramasp
148
00:07.25
6. atsra
11
00:07.32
7. Ben65732
106
00:07.40
8. LittleTomy
11
00:09.77
9. птну пиZдец
60
00:11.24
10. Dorice
128
00:12.24
11. ChiefOsceola 00:12.42
12. Martin Schuh
64
00:12.96
13. Tomek 00:14.40
14. CreamKing
13
00:15.11
15. Axiomatically_confus...
14
00:16.48
16. kvader 00:16.66
17. IdonutWannaFie 00:16.96
18. Victorious1
79
00:17.04
19. ALLKnny 00:18.23
20. nichael
5
00:18.75
This Week
1. DouvleX 00:06.44
2. IzAlexandre2
61
00:07.26
3. atsra
11
00:10.24
4. птну пиZдец
60
00:11.24
5. Dorice
128
00:12.24
6. ChiefOsceola 00:12.52
7. Martin Schuh
64
00:12.96
8. Victorious1
79
00:17.04
9. JUSTABROKENBONG 00:19.86
10. Dweezil 00:21.99
11. monkeyisback 00:22.17
12. TurtwigGrookey25
1
00:26.47
13. HarryNilsson 00:31.94
14. Chelsea 00:53.50
15. TarunV7 01:07.23
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Today
1. Dweezil 00:24.21
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MO3
1. atsra
11
00:03.50
2. numbrr
107
00:05.76
3. PuzzleMaestro
45
00:05.98
4. Aureli
86
00:06.22
5. Douglas Shamlin Jr.
393
00:06.60
6. boru
46
00:06.67
7. Gabbe
22
00:06.75
8. Make
132
00:06.90
9. qqwref
153
00:06.98
10. IzAlexandre2
61
00:07.75
AO5
1. atsra
11
00:03.63
2. numbrr
107
00:06.19
3. Aureli
86
00:06.44
4. PuzzleMaestro
45
00:06.66
5. Douglas Shamlin Jr.
393
00:06.75
6. boru
46
00:06.95
7. Make
132
00:06.96
8. qqwref
153
00:07.19
9. Gabbe
22
00:07.28
10. IzAlexandre2
61
00:07.96
AO12
1. Douglas Shamlin Jr.
393
00:07.11
2. atsra
11
00:07.33
3. numbrr
107
00:07.34
4. qqwref
153
00:07.55
5. Aureli
86
00:07.57
6. boru
46
00:07.68
7. PuzzleMaestro
45
00:07.74
8. Gabbe
22
00:07.99
9. Make
132
00:08.59
10. IzAlexandre2
61
00:08.99
Robots / programmatic solversinfo  
1.tlstyer
1314
00:00.009
2.jllachan00:00.493
3.BertinSylux98
34
00:00.642

* MO3 - Mean of 3. The average of 3 consecutive times.
AO5 - Average of 5. The average of 5 consecutive times ignoring the highest and the lowest.
AO12 - Average of 12. The average of 12 consecutive times ignoring the highest and the lowest.
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