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SquareBlocks starting
This is an example of a starting SquareBlocks grid. The aim is to place all of the shapes at the bottom of the playing area in to the grid. The shapes can't overlap at all; this means that there won't be any cells left-over without any shapes.
SquareBlocks puzzle solution
This is the solution to the puzzle above. We have placed all of the shapes in to the grid - there is no overlap between the shapes and there is no left-over empty cells. The whole grid is perfectly covered.

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