# How do you solve Takuzu puzzle?

## How do you solve Takuzu puzzle?

Solving methods

- Each row and each column must contain an equal number of 0s and 1s.
- More than two of the same digits can’t be adjacent.
- Eliminate the impossible.
- Each row and column is unique (100101 & 1001xx → 100101 & 100110).

**How do you play Takuzu?**

Takuzu, or the Binary Puzzle

- There must be an equal number of 0s and 1s in each row and column.
- There cannot be more than two 0s or 1s next to each other.
- The layout of each row and column much be unique; that is, no two rows or columns can be the same.

**Who invented the binary puzzle?**

Binary Puzzle | Hacker News. It’s “Unruly” in Simon Tatham’s puzzle collection[1]. There is also an android version [2]. In the manual: “This puzzle type was invented by Adolfo Zanellati, under the name ‘Tohu wa Vohu’.”

### How do binary puzzles work?

The rules of the binary puzzle are to fill in the grid in such a way that the number of 0s and 1s in each row and column of the grid balance. In other words, there must be the same number of each in each row and column and thus in the grid. So in a 10 x 10 puzzle there should be 5 0’s and 5 1’s in each row and column.

**How do you play Binoxxo?**

Each puzzle consists of a grid with the letters X and O in different places. The aim is to fill the remaining boxes with X and O in such a way that each column or row never contains more than two consecutive X or O and that all rows and columns are unique.

**How do you play Binox puzzle?**

The rules are pretty simple:

- The puzzle is filled with Xs and Os.
- Horizontally and vertically, there can be no more than 2 of the same symbol touching.
- There are an equal number of Xs and Os in each row and column.
- Each row must be unique. Each column must be unique.

#### What is binary Sudoku?

Rules. Each cell should contain a zero or a one. No more than two similar numbers below or next to each other are allowed. Each row and each column is unique and contains as many zeros as ones.

**What is the binary system?**

binary number system, in mathematics, positional numeral system employing 2 as the base and so requiring only two different symbols for its digits, 0 and 1, instead of the usual 10 different symbols needed in the decimal system.