BrainBashers Daily Fillomino

Solve a random Easy, Medium, Hard Japanese logic puzzle chosen from today's collection.
Note: If the puzzle doesn't look as it should try using 'Compatibility Mode'.

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Notes

• Objective / Rules
- You have to divide the grid into groups.
- Every square must contain a number and the number indicates how many squares are in that group.
- For example a group of five squares will all contain the number 5.
- Squares in groups are only linked horizontally and vertically.
- Groups that contain the same number of squares as the numbers in the squares are automatically shaded.
- Groups of size 1 are already completed and are therefore shaded.
- You may initially be given two or more numbers in the same group.

• Help
Read the help/walkthrough page on Fillomino for a more detailed explanation, a walkthrough, and a video.

• Keyboard Usage
Pressing a number key will 'pick up' that number and it will become selected. When '0' is selected it will act like the right-click.

• Mouse Usage
Left-click on number square = 'pick up' and select number.
Left-click on blank square = fill in square with selected number (the grid on the left shows which number is selected).
Right-click = Clear a number (you can't clear initially given numbers).
Click the numbers on the left to 'pick up' number, selecting X allows you to clear numbers.

• Checking
If you click 'Check' the system will check for incorrect squares. If 'Show mistakes when checking' is checked they will be marked in red.

• Uniqueness
Each puzzle has exactly one solution, which can be found using logic alone and no guesses are ever required. If you think you've found another solution, then please double check the rules. If you still think you've found another solution, then please email us and we'll try to help.

• JavaScript
This game requires JavaScript to be enabled, with the ability to change the default right click action.