FFF 9: Sandwiches

Fancy Fillomino February: This is a series of 28 (twenty-eight) 7×7 Fillomino puzzles over the February. Every 00.00 UTC+7 a new puzzle will be up. The basic Fillomino rules apply unless otherwise indicated.

Sandwich Fillomino Follow regular Fillomino rules, but blacken exactly two squares in each row/column. These black squares don’t have numerical values (in particular they may be adjacent to any other number including other black squares). A number outside the grid gives the sum of the numbers between the two black squares in the row/column.

Difficulty 2.0/10 Master target 0:30 Expert target 1:30

FFF 9: Sandwiches
Sandwich Fillomino

sandwich n. two or more slices of bread or the like with a layer of meat, fish, cheese, etc., between each pair
sandwich v. to insert between two other things
(Dictionary.com)
Sky is fond of sandwiches now, but he was somewhat surprised when he discovered another meaning of sandwich (and even more when he found five in Dictionary.com). He makes this puzzle to attempt to put the second meaning of sandwich above in action.

Yay a new genre pretty early. In fact, you’ll find quite a lot of new genres now, as Week 1 used six existing genres and the two Fillomino-Fillia installments combined only has 14 genres. Erm.

Anyway. As you might have noticed, you can say it’s not a Fillomino. Blah, Fillomino-Fillia‘s last Star Fillomino is not exactly a Fillomino either, so whatever. (Yes, technically they are both Fillomino variants, but both only use the connectivity of the remaining squares instead of some “real” Fillomino… Meh this is going nowhere. I’m off.)

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