Battleships Issue 349

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As featured in our latest print issue, the puzzle requires you to identify the location of various size ships in the grid.

There is an armada of two cruisers three squares long, two destroyers two squares long, and three submarines one square long. Each ship occupies a number of squares on the grid, arranged horizontally or vertically. The ships are placed so that no two ships overlap one another, not even diagonally. Each row and column also has a number beside it indicating how many squares are occupied by the ships, and the aim is to find them all.

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Can you solve the puzzle? Let us know if you need a hand!

AUTHOR

Patrick Sullivan

Epigram co-Editor-in-Chief 2019-20, now digital puzzles connoisseur. EngD student researching sustainable composites, entering my sixth year at UoB (somehow).