Q: Did you know there is a spider on your laptop?
#1: Kristen Coolman (kristen) on Oct 6, 2019
Cute li'l gal.#2: Velma Warren (Shiro) on Oct 6, 2019
What a wonderful, tricky, fun, puzzle.#3: Teresa K (fasstar) on Oct 7, 2019
Nicely done, Taz.#4: Ga Hendrick (GaHendrick) on Oct 8, 2019
A fabulous image, but quite a challenge to solve. Thanks for your efforts.#5: Lee Stutesman (merhawk) on Oct 8, 2019 [SPOILER]
Better a spider than a bug in your laptop!#6: Bill Eisenmann (Bullet) on Oct 9, 2019
That took longer than it should've. Nice rendering!#7: Norma Dee (norm0908) on Oct 11, 2019
As long as it's not on my lap.#8: Marie-Louise Ambrey (Tazzy) on Oct 12, 2019
Thanks all! :)#9: JoDeen Mozena (ozymoe) on Oct 27, 2019 [SPOILER]
Super great little spider! ...and I heartily agree with #2 , #4 and #6. How do you do it, Taz? ...time after time...I can only shake my head in admiration. I like the way so many of your puzzles hinge upon finding one last place to put a pixel that leads to one more pixel placement...that leads to just one more....#10: Marie-Louise Ambrey (Tazzy) on Oct 27, 2019
Doing one of your puzzles, sometimes I feel like this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPyYGw9Jn6w
Thank you JoDeen :)
Well, when I create a puzzle I concentrate on the visual side first, I make sure it is recognisable, then I check it’s line logic solvable, if not I add more pixels till it is, then I remove some pixels too, especially when I go to solve it myself. I know a puzzle is a good one if the helper button can’t solve it straight away and needs manual input. It’s just a lot of going back and forwards till I’m happy with it. Most of my puzzles take a few hours to create, and some will stay unpublished for days until I’m happy with them.
Oh my gosh! I just watched that YouTube video...that is crazy!!! It made me feel a little queasy watching it...I hope my puzzles don’t have that effect :D
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