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Unlike the cross-word puzzle, the game uses numbers in place of words. More then that, all numbers, that need to be placed on the game field, are known in advance. However, you don't know the cells within the game field, to which each number should be placed. As in crossword, you can place numbers both horizontally and vertically, and each crossing pair of numbers must have the same digit in the cell of their intersection. Remember, that the objective of the game is to fill in the game field from the offered set of numbers.
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