An example of a simple Hashi

Hashi Solution

The solution to the example

Hashi is a logic puzzle which consists of an array of "islands" with numbers on them. The solution requires that "bridges" be drawn between the islands, subject to the following restraints:

  1. Bridges can only be drawn horizontally or vertically
  2. The total number of bridges connected to each island must equal the number shown on that island
  3. No more than two bridges can be drawn on each side of the island (therefore no island will ever have a number higher than 8)
  4. All islands must be connected into one single mass once the puzzle is complete

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