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This is a sample pixel puzzle
in two colors. The blank 10x10 grid is where you'll be coloring boxes
based on the color-coded clues above and next to the puzzle.
This sample is a little
trickier to get started since you don't have a large number clue telling
you to fill in most or all of a row or column. You must use the
color placement itself to give you clues.
For example, you can see that there are very small areas of yellow, and some of the rows or columns have ONLY yellow or ONLY green in them. Based on this information, it's fairly easy to decide where green or yellow CANNOT go. Put an X in any box that will definitely not be filled in with a color.
Want to see what this will become when you're finished?