After visiting the World Puzzle Championship, puzzle creator Laurence May had the idea to develop a puzzle he spotted, called PentaPath, into this challenging, but fun, path-finding puzzle.
Tiktaka is a puzzle that will almost certainly get your grey matter working. There are two grids to a puzzle, both filled with the same set of inner shapes, but shapes may be rotated and/or reflected, between grids. The aim is to simultaneously plot a path through both grids, while making sure the same path is plotted through corresponding shapes between the grids.
Draw a path through both grids, moving only horizontally and vertically through cells. The ends of each path (•) and some sections of path (- - - - -) have been given.
The two grids are constructed from the same set of shapes, but shapes may be rotated and/or reflected, between grids. The path through each shape must be identical in each grid. Paths must go through each shape exactly once. No path can cross itself.