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Mosaic is based on squares in a pixellated grid. The grid contains numbers from 0 to 9. Most cells have eight neighbours, making a block of nine cells. Cells along an edge have five neighbours and those in the corner only three. The number in a cell indicates how many of it and its neighbours need to be filled in. The aim is to work out for each cell in the grid whether it is filled in or not, source: The Times (2006).


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