Puzzle 29 / Corral [Antisymmetric Multiplicative]

This is a Corral puzzle in which half the clues are multiplicative. For each symmetric pair of clues, one is normal and one is multiplicative.

Hooray for crazy puzzle mutations! As you can probably tell I tried more to put in as many equal symmetric pairs of clues as I could than to play with the logic.


Puzzle 23 / Corral [Multiplicative]

Too lazy to explain rules today although this is probably an easy one.

I also feel kinda guilty for throwing all my rants and obscure puzzle content together and gathering random followers who don’t want both, but then splitting into more blogs doesn’t seem like it will help a lot either…

Puzzle 17 / Corral

Corral puzzle, aka Cave aka Bag etc.
(Yes, from nikoli.)
Short rules: draw a loop along the grid lines; each numbered cell is in the loop and the number denotes how many cells can be seen vertically or horizontally from that cell, plus the cell itself. Stealing link to MellowMelon’s long rules.

EDIT 8/5 9:50pm (UTC+8): ambiguity fixed in center left QQ

Obviously, like I decided with my normal ramblings many years ago, I should stop any pretense of making these with any sort of schedule.