# Comments for Classic Nurikabe Light Vol 1

Kactus04

May. 4, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Nurikabe is a little more difficult to grasp than the rest of the puzzle games so far released by Conceptis, but that doesn't mean it's a bad game. I quite enjoy Nurikabe, once I figured out how to play (been playing on their main site for a while now). Thanks for bringing out Nurikabe Light!

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goerts

Sep. 7, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) @annethis, you dont have to check your game, that is an optional tool to help people if they made a mistake and cant figure out what, otherwise your only cheating yourself out of a good game by using the check puzzle button to solve it. you might as well click see solution if thats all your going to do

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metagamer

May. 4, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I was about to complain about not accepting a good solution after doing the last of the size ten puzzles, however, i did find two things: One: Every "island" must have a number in it. Two: Check very carefuly that there are no 2x2 fields of black. Three: Make sure all the walls are connected. The rules does restrict a lot and it it not always easy to see what went wrong, would have helped if there was the possibility to find your error.

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Doomer123

May. 5, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) those who have a problem: look at the rules! rules(copy-pasted it): Each puzzle consists of a grid containing clues in various places. The object is to create islands by partitioning between clues with walls so that the number of squares in each island is equal to the value of the clue, all walls form a continuous path and there are no wall areas of 2x2 or larger. Each island must contain one clue and be isolated from other islands horizontally and vertically.

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Musickid43

May. 4, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) It's good to see a puzzle game that uses logic with no guessing needed, and only one possible solution. If you think you have the solution and it is not accepting it, then you have missed something.

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CreedP

May. 5, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) This is one of the more original logic puzzles I've seen in a while, glad to see Conceptis brought it to Kongregate! :) They have hints on how to solve these at: http://www.conceptispuzzles.com/index.aspx?uri=puzzle/nurikabe/techniques Very challenging brain busters! :)

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Calahan

May. 9, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) To go with my last comment, you need to have a single "island" of black squares connected, side to side. Not diagonal.

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moorsy

May. 15, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Hey look! Another Nikoli product! Keepo bringing 'em over, Conceptis :D

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EcoWarrior

Oct. 14, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) All Conceptis games, apart from - at least - interesting concepts, have a sleek interface: intuitive, versatile, efficient. Those guys made good work.

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Bubbit

Jul. 5, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I can't believe that less then 4K people played this game, it is a very fun and clever game, a nice, original addition to the other logic games here on KR.

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BarbeBleue

Jun. 15, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Again a excellent Conceptis game. I played for the first time this kind of brainteaser puzzles with pleasure. 5/5

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Tsalnor

Dec. 30, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) How many people have actually read the rules? THERE IS ONLY ONE SOLUTION. If you think there is more than one solution, you didn't read the rules properly. You probably have a 2x2 wall in there. Or the walls probably aren't all continuous. What I'm trying to say here is, don't think your solution is automatically right. CHECK IT FIRST. I am tired of people being ignorant and conceited. A normal person would think that if it's not accepted then it's wrong, then try to find out why by clicking the check button. Which you should have done instead of posting a comment that there is another solution.

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awesome_at_life

Jan. 10, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) @scurvy135, @RDDDIB, @JackLFrost - I am searching as much as I can, but by following the rules, I can only find one solution to both of these 1st puzzles. Please tell me which two cells you switched to find a 2nd good solution because I simply don't see it. Be sure not to violate the 2x2 black rule.

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Shazorro

Jul. 5, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) First thing I do when I see a level is look for obvious black square points. Above, below, and both sides of a 1 clue get filled in. Any numbers that are diagonally next to each other have to be kept apart. So do any pairs of numbers that only have 1 empty space between them. Hope this helps :)

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Rallik

Jan. 8, 2012

Under rating threshold (show) Always keep the black ones in mind! Hint1: If there is a black block in the corner than think for possible 'escape paths'. Hint2: If there are only 2 possibilities for last white block of an 'island', the diagonal in between leads to a black block.

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Calahan

May. 9, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) There is only one solution for each level. If you think you found multiple solutions, you're likely not following the rules of the game.

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foresterguy

May. 4, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) You need to read both "the rules" and "how to play" in order to figure out how to actually play and win. After I figured it out, it was a decent game.

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chovy

Jul. 30, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) There is NEVER more than one solution.

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koeniewoenie

Jun. 12, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) @DwayneRudd No, it doesn't.

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Apr. 11, 2015

Under rating threshold (show) When it says "check the walls" - the outer walls of the square count too, so make sure not to form any pockets on the sides. This would create two looping paths of walls.

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BlackLoter

Aug. 12, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) Read well the rules: each puzzle has a unique solution, if you find a different one, you have mistakes. In my opinion this is the best of conceptis puzzles

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Darvious

May. 8, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) Thanks for introducing me to another cool logic game. How about adding some music too it?

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troglodytic

Aug. 23, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) I had to re-read the rules a few times to get my head straight, but i knocked out most of the 6x6es with ease after that. These puzzles allow for more trial and error than the usual, sudoku-style, deductive reasoning puzzles. Well done.

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tower07

Oct. 30, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) I've heard people say that Nurikabe is harder than the other conceptis puzzles, But its the only one I can actually do! Go figure.

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greybox

Jun. 5, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) easier to paint all the boxes black first and then click on the "required amount" of white blocks.

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RDDDIB

Aug. 9, 2012

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DIDIdidkillyou22

May. 4, 2011

Under rating threshold (show) i'm gonna play this game

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skine09

May. 11, 2016

Under rating threshold (show) The rules are simple, but it took me all of this "demo" to really figure out how to play. I want more, which is the point of a demo, but I wish Conceptis was more reasonably priced for those of us who binge this sort of puzzle game.

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Oct. 29, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) Good thing I learned how to play Picma squared before this one lol.

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steve1122

Aug. 13, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) very very hard game

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BennyS14

Jul. 19, 2014

Under rating threshold (show) Amazing game, but my mouse forces me to drag everything, making it very, very very hard to play. It's still awesome.

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wryyy

Aug. 13, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) Even 6x6 are very challenging for me, love it!

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theMondayMonster

Feb. 16, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) @RDDDIB I probably see which two cells you mean, but then you would have a two by two square.

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Serpentrose

May. 4, 2011

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mainman879

Aug. 17, 2011

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scurvy135

Feb. 26, 2012

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JackLFrost

Nov. 7, 2012

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daerdevil

May. 4, 2011

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lillyloeffel

May. 8, 2013

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wipeout4wh

May. 4, 2011

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likeanonion

Aug. 14, 2013

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DwayneRudd

Jun. 10, 2011

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miomo

Jun. 30, 2011

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miomo

Jun. 30, 2011

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easterwave

May. 4, 2011

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12obin

Jan. 26, 2013

Under rating threshold (show) @daerdevil and everyone else who thinks there's more than one solution: there's not. I was confused too at first, but the black area has to form a CONTINUOUS PATH. ie every black square has to be touching at least one other black square.

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bubble734

Apr. 4, 2013

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Marelyn

Oct. 14, 2013

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Ordelog

Apr. 25, 2013

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Annethis

Aug. 29, 2011

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