Locate the position of six dices in the grid. The patterns of the dices are shown to the bottom of the grid. Dices may touch each other, but they may not overlap. You can rotate the dices.

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Puzzle:

Fill in the ships the digits from 1 through 9 so that the numbers in the rows and columns are the sum of the numbers of the ships in that row or column. Each number should be used only once.

Locate the position of a 10-ship fleet in the grid. The shapes of the ships are shown to the right of the grid. There is one 4x4 battleship, two 3x3 cruisers, three 2x2 destroyers and 4 1x1 submarines. The numbers beside the grid indicate the number of cells occupied by ships in each row, while the numbers below the grid indicate the number of occupied cells in each column. Ships may touch the edge of the board, but cannot touch each other, not even diagonally. Some cells are known to be water.

Locate the position of the five tetris forms shown at the right side in the grid. The forms can be rotated or reflected. The T-forms do not touch each other, even not diagonally. The numbers outside the grid indicate how many cells in that row or column contain parts of the T-forms. One part is given. The cyan cells mark that in this cell no part can be.

Locate the position of a 10-ship fleet in the grid. The shapes of the ships are shown to the right of the grid. There is one 4x1 battleship, two 3x1 cruisers, three 2x1 destroyers and 4 1x1 submarines. The numbers beside the grid indicate the number of cells occupied by ships in each row, while the numbers below the grid indicate the number of occupied cells in each column. Ships may touch the edge of the board, but cannot touch each other, not even diagonally. Some cells are known to be water. Some cells are known to be ship parts. But in this variant it is not known whether they are middle or end parts.

Locate the position of the five T-formss in the grid. The forms can be rotated. The T-forms do not touch each other, even not diagonally. The numbers outside the grid indicate how many cells in that row or column contain parts of the T-forms. Some parts are given.

Fill in the grid so that every row, every column and 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 7 and two ship parts. So there are 18 ship parts for total. The ships are destroyer (2 unit ships) and submarines (1 unit ships). Ships cannot be adjazent to each other, not even diagonally. The numbers around the grid tell you how many ships you can see in this line.

Locate the position of the five T-formss in the grid. The T-forms do not touch each other, even not diagonally. The numbers outside the grid indicate how many cells in that row or column contain parts of the T-forms. The T-forms can not occupy the cells with given digits. Fill the grid also that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contain the digits 1 through 9. The T-forms contain the numbers given right of the grid. The forms can be rotated, but to reflected.

Locate the position of a 10-ship fleet in the left grid. The shapes of the ships are shown at the bottom of the left grid. There is one 4x1 battleship, two 3x1 cruisers, three 2x1 destroyers and 4 1x1 submarines. The numbers around the left grid indicate the number of cells occupied by ships in each row or column. Ships may touch the edge of the board, but cannot touch each other, not even diagonally. Additional each cell in the right grid has a number from 1 to 9. Place the digits so that each digit appears exactly once in each of the rows, columns and the nine outlined 3x3 regions. The numbers in the cages of the right grid are the sum of the cells in the cages. Cells with ship parts in the corresponding left grid can only contain odd numbers.