This is a logic puzzle game where you must find out the location of the stars in each irregularly shaped boxes (islands) on the grid. The game plays a lot like Suguru and Sudoku, but with only two values (stars and blank spaces).
Use logic to identify the spaces where the stars should go.
Stars cannot adjacent to one another horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
Each column, row, and island on the grid must have a star.
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Daily Star Battle Grid Filling Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Identify the location of the stars on the grid. Each irregular box must contain a single star.
Starting the Game
On the left side of the welcome screen, choose a grid size to begin the game:
6 x 6 (36 cells)
8 x 8 (64 cells)
10 x 10 (100 cells)
On the right side of the screen:
Select Print to create a hard copy of the day’s puzzle.
Select Help to learn how the game works.
Choose the game’s language via the drop-down list on the top left corner of the screen:
Your web browser automatically saves your game’s progress.
With your mouse:
Left click once to put in a blank circle.
Left click twice to put in a star
Left click thrice to clear the cell.
With your fingers:
Left click once to place a circle.
Left click twice to put in a star.
Left click thrice to clear the cell.
Controls & indicators
The controls and indicators of the game are found on the left side of the screen. From the top, they are as follows:
The game’s logo (it’s very big)
The present date
The row of buttons, from left to right:
Undo button: Removes your last action
Pause button: Briefly interrupts the game
Reset button: Restarts the playing field from the beginning
Music button: Toggles the game’s music
Sound effects button: Toggles the game’s audio effects
Enlarge button: Lets you switch from windowed to full-screen modes
The game generates a new puzzle every day.
Each date has its own unique puzzle for each difficulty level. Each grid will have 365 to 366 battles.
Get a new puzzle by doing the following:
Select next on the winning screen after completing your previous puzzle.
Choose a new puzzle from the date.
Choose a different-sized grid.
Place a star in each row, column, and box (islands) in the grid.
You start off with a completely blank grid. Star placement will vary but must follow the rules set by the game.
All rows must contain 1 star.
All columns must contain 1 star.
All boxes must contain 1 star.
Stars cannot be next to each other, not even diagonally.
The first things you place are circles.
These can represent blank areas or possible areas to place in the stars. It’s your call.
They don’t do anything except help you track.
You can also just leave it blank if you don’t think you need to keep track
Select twice to get the star. You only need to mark all the spaces with stars to win.
Remember the rules when placing the stars. This can be helpful in deciding where the stars should go.
Start with the smallest of the islands. Small islands have fewer possible places to place stars in.
The game is suited for people of all ages who like logic puzzle games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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