# Shakashaka

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Shakashaka (Proof of Quilt) is a logic puzzle with simple rules and challenging solutions.

The rules are simple. Shakashaka is played on a rectangular grid. The grid has both black cells and white cells in it.
The objective is to place black triangles in the white cell in such a way so that they form white rectangular (or square) areas.
- The triangles are right angled and occupy half of the white square divided diagonally.
- You can place triangles only in white cells
- The numbers in the black cells indicate how many triangles are adjacent, vertically and horizontally.
- The white rectangles can be either straight or rotated at 45°

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1. TashiroMiraki
123
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2. home
86
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3. a979453451
123
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4. NoahR
173
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5. Kenolo353
44
09:26.63
6. brcopeland
69
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7. angusg
56
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79
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9. ecto
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123
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69
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56
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8. ecto
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9. Stephanie Richards
58
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