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Puzzle 100: Keller, Mosaik+Labyrinth

Here’s a puzzle for one of the types on the Keller round, with superimposed puzzles.


Rules Solve the left grid as a Mosaik. That is, shade some cells, such that each number indicates the number of shaded cells in the surrounding cells, including the cell itself (so, 9 is the maximum clue). Solve the right grid as a Magic Labyrinth with digits from 1 to 3. That is, place digits 1, 2, 3 in some cells such that every row and column contains each digit exactly once, and walking along the labyrinth from outside to inside, you visit digits in the repeating order 1,2,3,1,2,…, starting with 1.

The two puzzles interact: Whenever a Mosaik clue is shaded, copy that clue to the Labyrinth in the corresponding position.