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Re(6): Listener no. 4361: Two for the Price of One by Monk

I enjoyed this one, although in retrospect this is partly because I've done plenty of train tracks puzzles in my time, so that the hurdle of understanding what the special cells meant was not a hurdle at all and the puzzle is not too difficult to solve once the rules are known.

Actually with the rules established it seems that at least two of the special cells were redundant anyway; that, coupled with the arbitrariness of the route taken and the surprisingly asymmetric grid, made for a puzzle that feels a bit disjoint. Ah, well. The clues felt quite fun.


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