On the left is a 5x5 grid Suguru puzzle. The objective is to fill in all the
empty cells such that each group of cells contains numbers 1 to the size of the group and
no two adjacent cells - even diagonally - can contain the same number.
So the block on the top left corner contains 4 cells and therefore will contain the numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4.

In this example we are given four cells already filled in to help us solve. Let's start.

In this example we are given four cells already filled in to help us solve. Let's start.

Consider the highlighted block of 4 cells. Note that the 3 green cells are adjacent to the number 1 and
so cannot contain a 1. This means that there is only one cell left that can contain the 1 (highlighted in pink).

Now consider the group of two cells in the bottom left. One must contain a 1 and one a 2. But the highlighted cell
cannot contain a 1, so therefore it must be a 2.

We have filled in a 1 in the second cell of that group.

Now consider the highlighted cell. That group still need a 1, 2 and 3. But the cell cannot contain a 1 or 2, therefore must be a 3.

Now consider the highlighted cell. That group still need a 1, 2 and 3. But the cell cannot contain a 1 or 2, therefore must be a 3.

We can easily fill in the last two numbers in that group (shown in yellow). Also, you can see in the middle cross group, there is only
one place left for a 1 (yellow cell).

I think you get the idea by now. The rest is very easy to solve - here is the final puzzle completed.

All the puzzles of level "Easy" can be solved like this.

All the puzzles of level "Easy" can be solved like this.

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