Agincourt is one of the lasercut acrylic puzzles which I’m selling through the store. It’s the set of all of the ways to make 2-, 3-, and 4-ominoes with arrow shaped holes in each square pointing in the same direction. The symmetry of the arrows means that you can flip over pieces without changing the arrow directions, but you can’t rotate them. Most of the puzzles I have designed for the set ask for the solver to make all pieces point the same way, but the arrows naturally suggest a scoring system to handicap the puzzle for different levels of solvers — just count the number of pieces you had to put in the wrong direction, and try to improve on your score.
Here’s a solution to the puzzle that literally comes out of the box. (The puzzle comes in the box with 4 layers of pieces in 4 × 4 squares.)
Expect more Agincourt puzzles later.