## How do you play a slither link?

Slitherlink is a loop-forming puzzle….The object is to link adjacent dots so:

- The value of each clue equals the number of links surrounding it.
- Empty squares may be surrounded by any number of links.
- When completed, the solution forms a single continuous loop with no crossings or branches.

## How do you play puzzle loop?

To solve a Slitherlink puzzle you must draw one single loop by joining the dots with horizontal and vertical lines. The loop cannot touch or cross itself at any point. Wherever a number appears in the grid, there must be that many horizontal and vertical line segments adjacent to it (immediately left/right/up/down).

**How do you do the fence puzzle?**

Fences puzzles are an easy-to-understand loop-based puzzle where the aim is simple: join all the dots to make a single loop. The loop cannot touch or cross itself at any point. These puzzles can vary from easy to much harder, and their simplicity can be a great virtue particularly for children.

### How do you solve Slitherlink?

Slitherlink is a loop-forming puzzle based on a rectangular lattice of dots containing clues in various places. The object is to link adjacent dots so the value of each clue equals the number of links surrounding it and the solution forms a single continuous loop with no crossings or branches when the puzzle is completed.

### What are constraints in Slitherlink?

Constraints on a 3: Because 3 is the largest clue in Slitherlink requiring lines around three of its sides, it often happens that a neighboring constraint helps see what some of these lines should be.

**What is the object of the Slitherlink puzzle?**

The object is to link adjacent dots so the value of each clue equals the number of links surrounding it and the solution forms a single continuous loop with no crossings or branches when the puzzle is completed. In this example we have a 5×5 Slitherlink puzzle with five columns and five rows.