I just rented May’s Mystery’s for the DS. Some of the puzzles are good, some are pretty poor, some I just legitimately can’t solve. Puzzle 103 though just seems to me to be trivially unsolvable. Can anyone help?
All blank spaces have roads, All roads go both horizontally and vertically and are 1km long.
You need to place a school, church, bus station, hospital, restaurant and supermarket on letters A-F
The road from church to the bus station is 6km longer than church to supermarket
All buildings are different distances from the school
The hospital is the same distance from school and restaurant.
My reasoning: the Church has to go in spot A and the bus station in spot C as that is the only way to get a difference of 6km by road, and this assumes that you cannot go though the buildings. This means the supermarket must go in E or B.
The only places the Hospital, (and the school and restaurant) can go are
D (EB), A(EB), C(AF) or F(BC) all 4 of which contradict the church, bus station and supermarket logic.
Anybody see what I’m missing?