My first time attempting to solve a nonagram was part of the British Spy Christmas Puzzle. The first challenge was to complete a nonagram which revealed a QR code that led to further questions.
A nonagram is basically a grid puzzle, where the numbers along each column and row reveal what cells are shaded. A sequence of 3 – 2 – 3 – 1, means that a set of 3 cells are shaded, then 2, then 3, and finally 1. What the numbers do not reveal is how many unshaded cells are in between the shaded ones.
Recently, I advanced this style of puzzle into the third dimension. The puzzle below is a 9x9x9 cube, comprised of rows, columns, and diagonal lines. Each of the 9 squares are slices that have been cut from the cube. Follow the instructions on the document to try to solve it.
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