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    How many types?(Nanshurui) fills the numbers on the board using the arrows as clues.Pencil puzzleIs the name of.

    World Cultureof"Puzzler』Published in the magazine, in addition to being published in the company's magazineNumber Pointers,How Many Kinds? It is also introduced overseas under such names.

    SudokuThere have been puzzles that fill numbers according to conditions like this for a long time, but the feature is that the numbers to fill themselves have meaning.


    • Put one number in every square.
    • The number in each square is the number in the direction of the arrow in that square.Types.
    (For example, if there are two types of numbers in that direction, 2 will be entered in the square)


    ↓ 3→ _← _↓ _
    ↑ _← _↓ _← _
    → _↓ _↑ _← _
    ↑ _→ _↑ _← 1


    • If there is only one number at the end of the arrow, only one will be in that square.
    • (Number of columns) Each column containing the number -1 contains 1 to that number.
    • The difference in the number of arrows facing each other at both ends is at most 1.
    • The difference between the numbers of two consecutive arrows pointing in the same direction is at most 1.


    ↓ 3→ 1← 2↓ 2
    ↑ 1← 1↓ 1← 1
    → 3↓ 1↑ 2← 3
    ↑ 2→ 2↑ 2← 1


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