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Hashiwokakero (also known as Hashi, or Bridges) is a type of logic puzzle published by Nikoli.

In Hashiwokakero you are the king of the islands, and your job is to connect the islands according to their populations:
small islands need only one bridge (it says 1 in the island), and larger islands need more bridges (the number in the island).
Then remember that this is all one kingdom, yours, so you must make it possible for all the citizens to travel between all the islands.
In summary:
- Connect islands (the circles with numbers) with as many bridges as the number in the island.
- There can be no more than two bridges between two islands.
- Bridges cannot go across islands or other bridges.
- The bridges will form a continuous link between all the islands.

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Recently changed in this version

- Color mode (hint) corrected

- Stronger grids (hard level)

- Bug correction during grid generation

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Comments and ratings for Hashiwokakero
  • (59 stars)

    by A Google User on 21/08/2012

    Ah, guess i am out of the loop but no idea how to play. No instructions. It does look good on Toshiba Thrive. Getting on net on how to play.

  • (59 stars)

    by Cryos on 03/10/2011

    Few glitches but better than the other app so far
    It has glitches with not wanting to keep the settings I give it, but it's more like real Hashi than the other app on the market. (I'm looking forward to updates that fix it's bugs and make it that much bet

  • (59 stars)

    by grinnis on 23/06/2011

    It's great in giving the color code to show that u have used the required lines but puzzles are too simple.

  • (59 stars)

    by Ras on 04/06/2011

    Not particularly challenging, even at the hardest difficulty.