Each clue is either true or false. Unlike other Sporcle logic quizzes, this time the clues are outright given to you, and you must deduce which clues are true and which are false. Adjacency includes diagonals; however, bordering does not. Remember: the word "and" requires both statements to be true for a statement to be true, whereas the word "or" only requires one statement to be true for a statement to be true. For example, the statement "1+1=2, and 2+2=6" is false, but the statement "1+1=2, or 2+2=6" is true. There is only one solution, and no guesswork is required.