Hashi Puzzle

Contains adsIn-app purchases
1.04K reviews
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About this game

Hashi is a challenging logic puzzle. Connect the islands with bridges so that all islands on the grid are connected as one group, but make sure that the values on the islands correspond to the number of connected bridges! Bridges can run horizontally or vertically, bridges cannot cross each other, and there can be one or two bridges between islands. Each puzzle has only one solution, which can be reached with logic reasoning, no guessing needed!

Solve Hashi puzzles to challenge yourself, to relax, to train your brain, or to kill some time. This logic puzzle provides hours of challenging entertainment! With puzzles ranging from easy to fiendish, it offers something for both beginners and experts.

Are you up for the challenge? Can you solve them all?

Gameplay features:
•  Clean and attractive interface
•  All progress is saved
•  Undo/redo
•  Hints
•  Timer (can be switched off)
•  Zoom and drag grid on smaller devices

App features:
•  Extensive how-to-play explanation
•  Works offline
•  Puzzles in four different difficulty levels
•  Puzzles with different grid sizes
•  Supports dark theme
•  List of recently played puzzles
•  Progress overview
•  Eight different color themes


Hashi is a grid-based logic puzzle that can be solved by logic only, similar to Sudoku or Kakuro. Hashi is also known as Hashiwokakero or Bridges. The puzzle is invented by Nikoli, a Japanese publisher that also invented the most popular logic grid puzzle of all: Sudoku. With Hashi, they have developed another puzzle that is at least as challenging and addictive as Sudoku. All puzzles in this app are produced by brennerd. https://brennerd.com/puzzle_games
Updated on
Apr 26, 2023

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Location, App activity and 2 others
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

971 reviews
Wilhelm Bohrer (Bill)
September 14, 2021
AWESOMELY difficult logic puzzle that takes some practice to figure out how to recognize the patterns between nodes, and connections, and how it relates to the numbers in the nodes. Its' some very simple Arithmetric and some simple pattern recognition to figure out the minimum and maximum nodes to connect to . I just learned to play, and there are tons of progressively harder levels, so it will keep my attention for a while. I Best all, with GamePass, its free and NO ADS woohoo!
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Dawn Miner
December 12, 2022
I love the lack of ads!! ❤️ The only improvement I could suggest is to add more hints or tutorials to beginning levels. Because (this puzzle is new to me) and I'm having to google how to play. Edited to add: Now I'm understanding it! But it would be great if once it was solved, the puzzle stayed visible for a bit before it closes out. I'd like to review what I did. 👍
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January 4, 2023
Thanks for your rating, and for your feedback! To inspect the solution after finishing the puzzle, you can close the overlay with the close button. You can also always re-open solved puzzles to have a closer look at the solution.
Tony Morrow
November 15, 2021
I'm now in the 'difficult' level, and that's caused me to not play as much. But I've really enjoyed the game. I turned off the assistant as I felt it was causing me to cheat. I also think some of the puzzles difficulty are not right for it's level. I've encountered "easy" that was more difficult than the "hard", etc. And "difficult" that I solved faster than "easy". Last, I don't like it when the help tip's answer is "cause it will cause errors...". That doesn't help me learn.
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