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**How to Play:**Using the clues provided, form a path from the top-left corner to the bottom-right corner. Each consecutive step must touch. "Adjacent" means touching a square, INCLUDING diagonally.**Additional Info:**"Exclusively" means that the named squares are not included in the count. Every square on the path can be found by applying the clues, sometimes in tandem with other clues. Answers do not have to be guessed in order.**Formatting look strange?**You can either (A) Zoom out a little bit, (B) Change the font size, or (C) Refer to this image.

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1) The Path starts on A1, ends on G7, and passes through D4.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

1) The Path starts on A1, ends on G7, and passes through D4.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

1) The Path starts on A1, ends on G7, and passes through D4.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

2) Squares cannot be adjacent if they are more than two steps apart on the Path.

3) There are no diagonal moves.

4) Other than the start, there are no squares in Column 1.

5) There are 5 squares between A1 and D4, and 11 between D4 and G7 (exclusively).

6) Neither E3 nor B2 lay on the Path.

7) There are never four consecutive squares in a row or column.

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