Nonograms are deceptively easy logic puzzles: You use digits to create a sample of filled-in squares within the empty grid offered. Each quantity on the strains outdoors the grid represents a block of squares to be blacked out in that row or column (see 1 Across). Once all the right squares are stuffed in, a image emerges. This nonogram provides crossword-inspired clues to make issues much more fascinating. The solutions are numbers that you just write into the areas offered, which then enable you discover the date-appropriate picture.
Download a printable model of the puzzle here.