Skyscraper Light Puzzle

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It's time for our weekly collaboration with Conceptis Puzzles, and this week we have the Skyscraper Light game, where you get to arrange skyscrapers in a grid so their skyline is visible according to the clues.

The object is to place a skyscraper in each square so that no two skyscrapers in a row or column have the same number of floors. In addition, the number of visible skyscrapers, as viewed from the direction of each clue, is equal to the value of the clue. Note that higher skyscrapers block the view of lower skyscrapers located behind them. There is only one unique solution for each puzzle.

Game Instructions: Click mouse on the desired square to open dial pad and then click on the desired number. To remove a number, repeat the above using X at the bottom of the dial pad. Numbers can also be placed by pointing mouse on the desired square and then typing with the keyboard.

So go ahead and check it out! Then visit Conceptis Puzzles for more neat puzzles.

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