Nonogram Puzzle: Pinwheel
For example, a clue of “1, 3, 6, 5” would mean that there are sets of one, three, six, and five filled squares in a row.
There must be at least one blank square between each group.
Groups can adjoin the edges or shrink back from it.
Left-click to fill the square.
Right-click to point the squares that must stay blank.