# How do you play Conceptis puzzles?

## How do you play Conceptis puzzles?

Each puzzle consists of a grid containing X’s and O’s in various places. The object is to place X or O in remaining squares so: There are no more than two consecutive X’s or O’s in a row or a column. The number of X’s is the same as the number of O’s in each row and column.

## How do you play Conceptis Kakuro?

The task in Kakuro puzzles is to fill all empty squares using numbers 1 to 9 so the sum of each horizontal block equals the clue on its left, and the sum of each vertical block equals the clue on its top. In addition, no number may be used in the same block more than once.

What is Conceptis Sudoku?

The puzzle that inspired a craze, the object of Sudoku is to place the numbers 1 through 9 in the empty squares, so that each row, column and 3×3 box contains each number only once.

### How do you solve Xs and Os?

Os and Xs

1. How to play.
2. The objective of Os and Xs is the opposite of Tic Tac Toe / Noughts and Crosses – you must fill the grid with X and O symbols without placing three Xs or Os in an unbroken line (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) anywhere on the grid.

### How do you solve the Tic Tac logic puzzle?

Tic-Tac-Logic tips

1. Start by eliminating situations where more than two consecutive X’s or O’s can occur.
2. Always double check before placing X or O.
3. Never guess! Only make moves based on logical deductions.

Does Sudoku use diagonal?

Does sudoku go diagonal? The short answer is: no. In regular sudoku there are no diagonal rules that state the two 9 cell diagonals must contain all the numbers 1 through 9. There is however a variant of sudoku that does add this rule as an additional constraint: diagonal sudoku (also known as X sudoku).

## How do you play the puzzle page on Armada?

The object of the puzzle is to mark every square in the grid as containing a Boat (or part of a boat) or empty Water. The numbers at the edges of the grid indicate how many squares in that row or column contain part of a boat. Boats never touch each other horizontally, vertically or diagonally.