## Solution Hashi puzzle 36 - Hashi 14x14

Posted on June 17, 2015

Click here to view the solution for Hashi puzzle 36 - Hashi 14x14. I hope you managed to solve it and had a lot of fun trying to do so.

## Hashi puzzle 36 - Hashi 14x14

Posted on June 12, 2015

Today you get another great workout for your brain by trying to solve this Hashi puzzle. A Hashi puzzle a day keeps the doctor away :)

How to play Hashi: The goal of Hashi is to connect all of the encircled numbers (islands) into one single connected group by drawing lines (bridges) between the islands. The bridges must follow certain criteria: * They must begin and end at distinct islands with a straight line in between. * They must not cross any other bridges or islands. * They may only run horizontally or vertically. * The number of bridges connected to each island must match the number on that island. * At most 2 bridges connect a pair of islands.

## Solution Hashi puzzle 35 - Hashi 27x27

Posted on June 10, 2015

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## Hashi puzzle 35 - Hashi 27x27

Posted on June 5, 2015

Looking for free online Hashi puzzles? Today we have another Hashi puzzle for you. It will give you a couple of minutes of entertainment.

How to play Hashi: The goal of Hashi is to connect all of the encircled numbers (islands) into one single connected group by drawing lines (bridges) between the islands. The bridges must follow certain criteria: * They must begin and end at distinct islands with a straight line in between. * They must not cross any other bridges or islands. * They may only run horizontally or vertically. * The number of bridges connected to each island must match the number on that island. * At most 2 bridges connect a pair of islands.

## Solution Hashi puzzle 34 - Hashi 26x26

Posted on May 27, 2015

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## Hashi puzzle 34 - Hashi 26x26

Posted on May 22, 2015

Is solving Hashi puzzles an obsession for you? You will most certainly enjoy today's Hashi puzzle.

How to play Hashi: The goal of Hashi is to connect all of the encircled numbers (islands) into one single connected group by drawing lines (bridges) between the islands. The bridges must follow certain criteria: * They must begin and end at distinct islands with a straight line in between. * They must not cross any other bridges or islands. * They may only run horizontally or vertically. * The number of bridges connected to each island must match the number on that island. * At most 2 bridges connect a pair of islands.

## Solution Hashi puzzle 33 - Hashi 20x20

Posted on May 20, 2015

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## Hashi puzzle 33 - Hashi 20x20

Posted on May 15, 2015

Looking for free printable Hashi puzzles? You have come to the right place. Each week I post a new free Hashi puzzle that you can print and solve.

How to play Hashi: The goal of Hashi is to connect all of the encircled numbers (islands) into one single connected group by drawing lines (bridges) between the islands. The bridges must follow certain criteria: * They must begin and end at distinct islands with a straight line in between. * They must not cross any other bridges or islands. * They may only run horizontally or vertically. * The number of bridges connected to each island must match the number on that island. * At most 2 bridges connect a pair of islands.

## Solution Hashi puzzle 32 - Hashi 12x12

Posted on May 6, 2015

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## Hashi puzzle 32 - Hashi 12x12

Posted on May 1, 2015

Another Hashi puzzle for you logic puzzle lovers. Have fun solving it.

How to play Hashi: The goal of Hashi is to connect all of the encircled numbers (islands) into one single connected group by drawing lines (bridges) between the islands. The bridges must follow certain criteria: * They must begin and end at distinct islands with a straight line in between. * They must not cross any other bridges or islands. * They may only run horizontally or vertically. * The number of bridges connected to each island must match the number on that island. * At most 2 bridges connect a pair of islands.

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