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Japanese crossword «Carrot»



Size: 23x23Picture:7/10Difficulty:5/10Added:06.07.10



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Guest: ggg (28 August 2014, 1:07) complain
whew! This one was almost impossible but I found the ONE square that let me get the rest of the orange part going again.
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Guest: Nathaniel (26 October 2014, 7:37) complain
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Yeah... It's not that hard once you get going on the orange.
But it's a frickin
carrot
all that
for a carrot
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GigiB (4 February 2015, 1:17) complain
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This is the most true to life carrot I have seen on one of these sites. I enjoyed solving this. Simple to solve (solved in 0:06:49), and very pretty! :D
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Guest: Carrot (19 March 2015, 21:16) complain
Nice!
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Christiana_Bradshaw (24 August 2016, 8:20) complain
I wish *I* could find that ONE square... Back in a few days to look again...
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Christiana_Bradshaw (13 July 2018, 5:51) complain
And I'm back two years later still feeling stupid. I hope posting will magically make the solution appear...
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Christinewho (29 July 2020, 22:33) complain
you know there's a button that's called answer now. xD
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TKD_Warrior (21 January 2021, 9:00) complain
What's the point of doing a nonogram if you just click a button for the answer? That seems to defeat the purpose . . .
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Christinewho (18 March 2021, 20:49) complain
True, but if you do it just when you stock then data or you can use the check crosswords or hint they are there for a reason.
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Christinewho (18 March 2021, 20:50) complain
stuck not stock.
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CycloneGU (8 September 2016, 0:13) complain
I didn't catch that "one" square. However, picture logic let me to cross off a lot of squares that led to the correct solution. Guessing should not be necessary, but I really wonder what I missed logically.
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Guest: Bethany. D (25 February 2017, 8:46) complain
SOOOOOOOOO EASY! Took 1:50!
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Sheryl_Hill (30 October 2017, 2:06) complain
What a delightfully fun puzzle! Totally enjoyed the challenge. And the question: what do you already know about where the key square is...
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Maiju (12 February 2018, 15:40) complain
Can't understand how this was so hard for people. Simple elimination helped me along and I had no trouble solving the puzzle using only logic.
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Karal_Daskin (11 August 2018, 13:18) complain
I don’t know why some people find this one so easy and others like me are hopelessly stuck, but there it is. I can usually do a 3-Star color puzzle.
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Karal_Daskin (11 August 2018, 13:25) complain
I went back for one more look before saving and coming back later, and found a square I could see could give me a definitive yes or no with a little work. Went easy from there.
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swford (22 October 2018, 21:52) complain
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I had to guess, but here's a hint if you want it:
Solve the green first. It's easy. Then the square just above the column of 6 green squares is orange.
Have fun!
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Imda (23 November 2018, 16:18) complain
I wonder if those who said they completed this puzzle easily are using different game settings than the rest of us. The nice thing about this site is it's very adjustable to your own gameplay: you can turn on settings that will automatically mark off completed blocks, cross off empty squares, and checking the crossword for correctness. Likewise, you can turn these features off or put a time delay on them. It would be nice if everyone remembered we are playing with different settings as well as different styles.
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brumeux77 (28 June 2019, 18:46) complain
I wish someone would explain how to set all the marvellous settings I keep hearing about. If I go to "settings" all I get is my personal information and a place to put in some sort of wallet number.
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Zylix (28 February 2020, 3:18) complain
It's over the top of whatever puzzle you're doing, right corner!
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JolarEQ (20 May 2020, 6:42) complain
Probably not. This puzzle really is easy to solve, if you notice the pattern right away. Once the green is done, it's pretty self-explanatory where the puzzle is going and where the logical "first orange" goes. Some people don't notice it right away, some not at all. But it has nothing to do with the settings.
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Guest: 106 (23 November 2018, 22:23) complain
Nice
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Bradley (18 March 2019, 1:39) complain
I think the challenge is in the "one" square. If you find it quickly then you won't realize that you passed a point of frustration. For some, the puzzle was challenging because of that one point, for others it was easy because they got the one point quickly. I think we can all agree that it was otherwise a simple puzzle.
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GavriilReznikov (23 September 2019, 3:32) complain
It took me a bit to figure out the next logical step after the obvious. But once I did, I couldn't believe I didn't see it earlier! Thanks for the challenge! Even though it was way easier than it first seems!
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JolarEQ (20 May 2020, 6:43) complain
I didn't notice the "one square" at first, even after solving the green. But once I saw it, it was a cakewalk. You just have to see it, then it all falls into place.
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The-Nono-Gram (30 September 2020, 0:09) complain
9/29/20
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kkezir (24 October 2020, 21:28) complain
:-)
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RubeRad (19 January 2021, 2:26) complain
So many comments on this one! Quite tricky, I had to use 2 hints, but reuse of the idea of one of those hints helped me figure out the one more square that cracked it wide open.

Enjoyable challenge!
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memo (27 March 2021, 4:40) complain
thx
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lulurose (29 April 2021, 20:32) complain
Enjoyable, thank you
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Japanfish (13 May 2021, 9:26) complain
I keep hearing people mention that there is a "one square" here that allows the orange part of the puzzle to be solved, but I haven't seen anyone talk about how to find that square. What logic do you have to go through to find it? (For context, I have no idea where it was; I had to use hints.)
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tphile (6 November 2021, 2:35) complain
Once you eliminate the green, simple counting of the orange squares opens up a nice little colony that can then be exploited.

A satisfying little puzzle, thank you.
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Specky1 (18 November 2021, 16:13) complain
Guest: Nathaniel got it right
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thebeekneads (1 May 2022, 23:13) complain
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That was hard! The key to solving it for me was in the 4/3 column. Then I needed the same logic as there in one other spot.
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oh-no (2 November 2022, 6:59) complain
this was fun to do, took a bit over 5 mins to complete
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