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Santa's Sleigh

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The holiday season is near! Can you arrange transport for the Santas so that they can deliver the presents effectively? Your goal in this game is to give each Santa a sleigh so that each of the sleighs belongs to one Santa only. When the game starts, a number of Santas will be placed on a 8x8 grid. The numbers outside the grid indicate the quantity of sleighs that should be placed in each of the rows and columns. A sleigh should be horizontally or vertically adjacent to the Santa it belongs to, and the sleighs should not be horizontally, vertically or diagonally adjacent to each other. You can click an empty block to place a sleigh, or click the snowy block on the right of the grid to mark a square which does not contain a sleigh. The time you have spent will be recorded at the top right corner of the screen. Give the Santas a helping hand and they will surely reward you with fantastic gifts!
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