## Solution Hashi puzzle 26 - Hashi 29x29

Posted on March 25, 2015

Click here to view the solution for Hashi puzzle 26 - Hashi 29x29. I hope you managed to solve it and had a lot of fun trying to do so.

## Hashi puzzle 26 - Hashi 29x29

Posted on March 20, 2015

Scientists have shown that solving logic puzzles is really good for your brain. Today we have another brain teaser for you. 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 25 - Hashi 7x7

Posted on March 18, 2015

Click here to view the solution for Hashi puzzle 25 - Hashi 7x7. I hope you managed to solve it and had a lot of fun trying to do so.

## Hashi puzzle 25 - Hashi 7x7

Posted on March 13, 2015

Scientists have shown that solving logic puzzles is really good for your brain. Today we have another brain teaser for you. 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 24 - Hashi 26x26

Posted on March 11, 2015

Click here to view the solution for Hashi puzzle 24 - Hashi 26x26. I hope you managed to solve it and had a lot of fun trying to do so.

## Hashi puzzle 24 - Hashi 26x26

Posted on March 6, 2015

Addicted to Hashi puzzles? Today I have another Hashi puzzle for you. Lots of pleasure trying to solve 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.

## Solution Hashi puzzle 23 - Hashi 17x17

Posted on March 4, 2015

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## Hashi puzzle 23 - Hashi 17x17

Posted on February 27, 2015

I always find it gratifying when I finally solve a Hashi puzzle. I felt thrilled when I solved this 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 22 - Hashi 18x18

Posted on February 25, 2015

Click here to view the solution for Hashi puzzle 22 - Hashi 18x18. I hope you managed to solve it and had a lot of fun trying to do so.

## Hashi puzzle 22 - Hashi 18x18

Posted on February 20, 2015

Solving a Hashi puzzle is really fun for the brain. Try it and enjoy!

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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