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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This Month
1. nabifan
55
01:17.54
2. numbrr
125
01:21.42
3. vowels
160
01:37.57
4. IzAlexandre2
73
01:43.80
5. ChiefOsceola 04:07.21
6. oopyisslow
86
04:13.32
7. BingBongBob
62
04:35.54
8. pythagora 04:37.17
9. HackMan
19
04:41.61
10. Tomek 05:41.18
11. stevo 08:45.79
12. Benevolent Dictator
19
10:56.93
13. panandh 14:25.24
14. Reginald 24:17.72
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This Week
1. nabifan
55
01:17.54
2. IzAlexandre2
73
01:43.80
3. oopyisslow
86
04:13.32
4. pythagora 04:53.68
5. Tomek 05:41.18
6. panandh 14:25.24
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Today
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MO3
1. Douglas Shamlin Jr.
421
00:56.25
2. Make
152
01:04.25
3. qqwref
186
01:06.02
4. boru
56
01:12.61
5. daanbe
125
01:23.52
6. numbrr
125
01:30.62
7. SliverHawk
70
01:32.53
8. nabifan
55
01:35.10
9. Fastfaxer
117
01:36.22
10. Ramasp
158
01:38.84
AO5
1. Douglas Shamlin Jr.
421
00:58.42
2. Make
152
01:04.85
3. qqwref
186
01:06.02
4. boru
56
01:15.54
5. daanbe
125
01:23.52
6. SliverHawk
70
01:32.63
7. numbrr
125
01:36.21
8. nabifan
55
01:36.73
9. Fastfaxer
117
01:37.76
10. SliverHawk's sweethe...
119
01:40.35
AO12
1. Douglas Shamlin Jr.
421
01:05.26
2. Make
152
01:06.53
3. qqwref
186
01:12.64
4. boru
56
01:21.50
5. daanbe
125
01:34.42
6. SliverHawk
70
01:36.04
7. Fastfaxer
117
01:40.57
8. nabifan
55
01:44.71
9. Ramasp
158
01:47.92
10. SliverHawk's sweethe...
119
01:49.53
Robots / programmatic solversinfo  
1.tlstyer
1314
00:00.009
2.jllachan00:00.495
3.BertinSylux98
34
00:01.389

* 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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