Welcome to Part 2 of our LogiNode walkthrough! In this article, we will guide you through levels 72-102 and provide solutions to help you conquer these challenging puzzles. We will also explain the logic behind each puzzle, helping you to understand and master the game. Get ready to level up your LogiNode skills!

### Introduction

Due to Steam’s limitations I had to divide this guide onto two parts. Check out part 1 (levels 1-71) at the link below.

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=3290660255

### Rules

The number on the green node shows the number of steps to the closest colorful node.

This means that there can be more than one colorful node in this range, but there can’t be any colorful nodes closer than this number of steps.

Example. The green 2 should have at least one colorful node two steps away from it, and all nodes one step away from it should be blank.

Example. The green 3 should have at least one colorful node three steps away from it, and all nodes 1-2 steps away from it should be blank.

The number on the blue node shows the number of steps to the second closest colorful node.

This means that there can be more than one colorful node in this range, and there can’t be more than one colorful node closer than this number of steps.

Example. The blue 2 should have at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, but no more than one colorful node one step away from is.

The blue 2 can have:

one colorful node one step away from it and one (or more) colorful node two steps away from it

OR

zero colorful nodes one step away from it and two (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it.

Example. The blue 3 should have at least two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, but no more than one colorful node 1-2 step away from it.

The blue 3 can have:

one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it and one (or more) colorful node three steps away from it

OR

zero colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it and two (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it.

The number on the red node shows the number of steps to the third closest colorful node.

This means that there can be more than one colorful node in this range, and there can’t be more than two colorful nodes closer than this number of steps.

Example. The red 2 should have at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, but no more than two colorful nodes one step away from it.

The red 2 can have:

one colorful node one step away from it and two (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it

OR

two colorful nodes one step away from it and one (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it

OR

zero colorful nodes one step away from it and three (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it.

Example. The red 3 should have at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, but no more than two colorful nodes one step away from it.

The red 3 can have:

one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it and two (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it

OR

two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it and one (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it

OR

zero colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it and three (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it.

The easiest rule to understand. The number in the middle of the hexagon shows the number of colorful nodes on the hexagon.

The number on the purple node shows the number of steps to the fourth closest colorful node.

This means that there can be more than one colorful node in this range, and there can’t be more than three colorful nodes closer than this number of steps.

Example. The purple 2 should have at least four colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, but no more than three colorful nodes one step away from it.

The purple 2 can have:

one colorful node one step away from it and three (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it

OR

two colorful nodes one step away from it and two (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it

OR

three colorful nodes one step away from it and one (or more) colorful node two steps away from it

OR

zero colorful nodes one step away from it and four (or more) colorful nodes two steps away from it.

Example. The purple 3 should have at least four colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, but no more than three colorful nodes one step away from it.

The red 3 can have:

one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it and three (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it

OR

two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it and two (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it

OR

three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it and one (or more) colorful node three steps away from it

OR

zero colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it and four (or more) colorful nodes three steps away from it.

### Purple Tutorial

### Levels 72-74

The hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them.

The purple 2 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. There are six covered nodes in this range, four of them are circled with green ans have only two colorful nodes.

This means that the (not circled) covered nodes should be colorful.

The green 2 can’t have colorful nodes one step away from it. The covered node one step away from the green 2 should be blank.

The hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has one already. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be colorful.

The left red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered node three steps away from the left red 2 should be blank.

The hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it. This means that the nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them.

The blue 1 needs at least two colorful nodes one step away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node one step away from the blue 1 should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the hexagon should be blank.

The red 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the hexagon).

The purple 5 can’t have more than three colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has all three (the blue 1, the red 3 and one of the circled nodes). The remaining (not circled) node one step away from the purple 5 should be blank.

The purple 5 needs at least one colorful node five steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled woth green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the hexagon).

The purple 4 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has only three (the blue 1, the red 3 and one of the circled nodes).

The covered node one step away from the purple 4 should be colorful.

The red 4 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has only three. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly three colorful nodes on it. This means that the nodes circled with green can’t have more than three colorful nodes among them.

The purple 3 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node three steps away from the purple 3 should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be blank.

The nodes circled woth green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the top hexagon).

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it has one among the nodes circled with green.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly three colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The top hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it. the covered node one step away from the blue 2 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The purple 2 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only three. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 2 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only one. The remaining covered node should be colorful.

### Levels 75-77

If the node circled with green is blank, the node circled with blue will be colorful (because the green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it), the node circled with purple will be blank (because of the left hexagon), and the red 3 will have only two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, when it needs at least three.

The node circled with green should be colorful.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered nodes 1-3 steps away from the red 4 should be blank.

The right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The blue 2 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only one. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. The blue 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it.

Two nodes 1-2 steps away from the blue 3 should be blank, and the node three steps away from the blue 3 should be colorful.

The left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

The nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node on them (because of the top left hexagon). The nodes circled with blue can’t have more than one colorful node among them (because of the right bottom hexagon).

The top right hexagon need exactly three colorful nodes on it. There are five covered nodes – two circled with green, two circled with blue and one not circled. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them, the same is true for the nodes circled with blue.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top right hexagon should be colorful,

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the bottom right hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the top left hexagon should be blank.

The blue 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The top left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because on the top right hexagon).

The blue 2 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only one – among the nodes circled with green. The (not circled) covered node two steps away from the blue 2 should be colorful.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

The top right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the left hexagon).

The nodes circled with blue have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the right hexagon).

The purple 5 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-5 steps away from it, and it has three – the blue 4, one among circled with green and one among circled with blue. The remaining (not circled) covered node should be colorful.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one.

Two nodes 1-2 steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the right hexagon).

The blue 4 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has only one – among the nodes circled with green.

This means that the (not circled) node four steps away from the blue 4 should be colorful.

The green 2 can’t have colorful nodes one step away from it and should have at least one colorful node two steps away.

The node one step away from the green 2 should be blank, and the node two steps away from the green 2 should be colorful.

The right hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

### Levels 78-80

The bottom hexagon needs exactly three more colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node one step away from the blue 2 should be blank.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. The remaining covered nodes 1-2 steps away from the red 3 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The top hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two. The covered node two steps away from the red 2 should be colorful.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. The covered node one step away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both. The remaining covered nodes should be blank.

The right hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 3 can’t have nore than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) node on the right hexagon should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the right hexagon).

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both – the blue 3 and one among the nodes circled with green. This means that the remaining (not circled) nodes 1-3 steps away from the red 4 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the left hexagon).

The red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has only one – among the nodes circled with green.

The covered nodes three steps away from the red 3 should be colorful.

The blue 4 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has one. The remaining covered nodes 1-3 steps away from the blue 4 should be blank.

The left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The red 5 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered node four steps away from the red 5 should be blank.

The right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The middle hexagon needs exactly four colorful nodes on it. There are five covered nodes, three of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least two colorful nodes among them.

The purple 2 can’t have more than three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the middle hexagon should be colorful.

The blue 1 needs at least two colorful nodes one step away from it, and it has only one. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The red 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already. Two covered nodes one ste away from the blue 2 should be blank.

The right hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it, and there are two covered nodes – they should be colorful.

### Levels 81-83

The nodes circled with green can’t have more than two colorful nodes among them (because of the hexagon).

The red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) node three steps away from the red 3 should be colorful.

The hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, three of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be colorful.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one.

The remaining covered nodes 1-2 steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one.

The remaining covered node should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the top hexagon).

The top red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and the nodes circled with green have only one. This means that two covered (not circled) nodes 2-3 steps away from the top red 3 should be colorful.

The right red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only one. There are two covered nodes in this range – they should be colorful.

The top hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly one colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The blue 3 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has only one. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The top left hexagon needs exactly three more colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, three of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least two colorful nodes among them.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the red 3 should be blank.

The top left hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The blue 2 needs at least one colorful node two steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The top left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

Both the top right and the bottom hexagons need exactly two more colorful nodes on them and have two covered nodes. The remaining covered nodes should be colorful.

### Levels 84-86

The hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are six covered nodes, five of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has one. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node one step away from the red 4 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them (because of the hexagon).

The blue 2 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the blue 2 should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the hexagon).

The purple 4 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has only three – the blue 2, the red 4 and one of the nodes circled with green. This means that the (not circled) covered node one step away from the purple 4 should be colorful.

The red 5 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has both. The remaining covered nodes 1-4 steps away from the red 5 should be blank.

The hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The bottom purple 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom purple 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has all three. The covered node two steps away from the bottom purple 3 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them (because the blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it).

The nodes circled with blue can’t have more than one colorful node among them (because of the bottom right hexagon).

The top right hexagon needs exactly three more colorful nodes on it. There are five covered nodes – two circled with green, two circled with blue and one not circled. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them, the same is true for the nodes circled with blue.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top right hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the bottom right hexagon should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom right hexagon).

The red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two – the blue 2 and one among the nodes circled with green. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already. The covered node one step away from the blue 2 should be blank.

The bottom red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom right hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

The top left hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it, and there are two covered nodes – they should be colorful.

The left blue 2 needs at least one colorful node two steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already. The covered node one step away from the bottom blue 2 should be blank.

The bottom left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green can’t have more than two colorful nodes among them (because of the left hexagon).

The left red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the left hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) node three steps away from the left red 3 should be colorful.

The left hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The purple 4 can’t have more than three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has two. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the left hexagon should be colorful.

The blue 2 needs at least one colorful node two steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The green 2 can’t have colorful nodes one step away from it. The covered node one step away from the green 2 should be blank.

The right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered node three steps away from the red 4 should be blank.

The left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already. The remaining covered node should be blank.

### Levels 87-89

The green 3 can’t have colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. The covered nodes 1-2 steps away from it should be blank.

The hexagon needs exactly three more colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. Thie means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes one step away from the red 3 should be blank.

The left red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered nodes 1-2 steps away from the left red 3 should be blank.

The blue 2 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only one. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered nodes 1-2 steps away from the bottom red 3 should be blank.

The hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The right blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already. The covered node one step away from the right blue 2 should be blank.

The red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them (because of the top hexagon).

The purple 3 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. The (not circled) covered nodes three steps away from the purple 3 should be colorful.

The blue 2 needs at least two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. There are two covered nodes on this range – they should be colorful.

The top hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The right green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful node 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered node three steps away from the red 4 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. The remaining covered node should be blank.

The green 2 can’t have colorful nodes one step away from it. Two covered nodes one step away from the green 2 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them (because of the right hexagon).

The right red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. This means that the (not circled) node three steps away from the right red 3 should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the left hexagon).

The left red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has two – the green 1 and one among the nodes circled with green. This means that the (not circled) node three steps away from the left red 3 should be colorful.

The bottom right red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered nodes 1-2 steps away from the bottom right red 3 should be blank.

The right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

### Levels 90-92

The bottom hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are five covered nodes, four of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 4 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-3 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node three steps away from the blue 4 should be blank.

The top hexagon needs exactly three colorful node on it, and there are three covered nodes – they should be colorful.

The top red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has both. This means that the remaining covered nodes 1-3 steps away from the top red 4 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, three of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The top hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom hexagon).

The purple 2 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two – the green 1 and one among the nodes circled with green. This means that the covered (not circled) nodes two steps away from the purple 2 should be colorful.

The top red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The middle red 2 needs at least one colorful node two steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

If the node circled with green is blank, the nodes circled with blue will be colorful (because of the right hexagon), the node circled with purple will be blank (because the red 2 can’t have more than two colorful nodes one step away from it) and the nodes circled with orange will be colorful (because of the bottom hexagon). Not the top hexagon has three colorful nodes on it, when it needs exactly two.

The node circled with green should be colorful.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The red 1 needs at least three colorful nodes one step away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 1 needs at least two colorful nodes one step away from it, and it has only one. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. The covered nodes 1-2 steps away from the red 3 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly three more colorful nodes on it, and there are three covered nodes – they should be colorful.

Both the left and the top hexagon have all their colorful nodes, so the remainig covered nodes on them should be blank.

### Levels 93-95

The right hexagon needs exactly one colorful node on it. This means that the nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among it.

The left hexagon needs exactly three colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the left hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node on the right hexagon should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the left hexagon).

The red 5 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-4 steps away from it, and it has both – the blue 4 and one among the nodes circled with green. This means that the covered node four steps away from the red 5 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the left hexagon).

The blue 4 can’t have more than one colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has one among the nodes circled with green. This means that the covered node three steps away from the blue 4 should be blank.

The red 5 needs at least one colorful node five steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the left hexagon).

The purple 5 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-5 steps away from it, and it has only three – the red 5, the blue 4 and one among the nodes circled with green.

This means that the remaining (not circled) node should be colorful.

The right blue 4 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has one. The covered node three steps away from the right blue 4 should be blank.

The left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, three of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 4 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-3 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes 1-3 steps away from the blue 4 should be blank.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The top hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 3 ca’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top hexagon should be colorful.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The top hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

The top right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it. This means that the nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them.

The blue 1 needs at least two colorful nodes one step away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the top right hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) node one step away from the blue 1 should be colorful.

If the node circled with green is blank, the nodes circled with blue will be colorful (because of the bottom right hexagon) and the nodes circled with orange will be blank (because of the left and the top right hexagons). Now the red 2 has only two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, when it needs to have at least three.

The node circled with green should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom right hexagon).

The bottom blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the (not circled) covered node two steps away from the bottom blue 3 should be blank.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the top right hexagon).

The red 2 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has only two – the blue 1 and one among the nodes circled with green. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. This means that the covered node two steps away from the red 3 should be blank.

The bottom right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The top right hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered node on it should be blank.

### Levels 96-98

The top hexagon needs exactly three more colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, three of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least two colorful nodes among them.

The red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly two colorful nodes among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes 1-2 steps away from the red 3 should be blank.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already. Two covered nodes one step away from the blue 2 should be blank.

Both hexagons need exactly one more colorful node on them, and both have one covered node – these nodes should be colorful.

The green 2 needs at least one colorful node two steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The purple 5 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-5 steps away from it, and it has only two. This means that the nodes NOT circled with green have at least two colorful nodes among them.

The purple 4 can’t have more than three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has two. This means that the nodes NOT circled with blue can’t have more than one colorful node among them.

This means that the nodes NOT circled with blue have exactly one colorful node among them (and the one node circled with blue and three steps away from the purple 4 should be blank).

This also means that the node circled with both green and blue should be colorful – it is in the group of nodes that needs at least two colorful nodes, but out of the group of nodes that can’t have more than one colorful node.

The red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. The covered nodes to the right belong to the group of nodes that can’t have more than one colorful node among them. This means that two nodes to the left should be colorful.

The top red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. This means that the remaining covered nodes 1-2 steps away from it from the top red 3 should be blank.

The left red 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The bottom red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has only two. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The purple 4 can’t have more than three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has all three. The remaining covered nodes should be blank.

If the node circled with green is blank, the nodes circled with blue will be colorful (because of the bottom right and the top left hexagon), and the top right hexagons will have three colorful nodes on it, when it can have only two.

The node circled with green should be colorful.

If the node circled with green is blank, the nodes circled with blue will be colorful (because of the top left hexagon), the node circled with purple will be blank (because the red 2 can’t have more than two colorful nodes one step away from it) and the node circled with orange will be colorful (because of the bottom right hexagon). Now the top right hexagon has three colorful nodes on it, when it can have only two.

The node circled with green should be colorful.

The top left hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top left hexagon should be colorful.

The reamining (not circled) node two steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The bottom right hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 2 can’t have more than two colorful nodes one step away from it, and it has one already. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the bottom right hexagon should be colorful.

The green 2 can’t have colorful nodes one step away from it. Two covered nodes one step away from the green 2 should be blank.

Both the top right and the bottom right hexagons need exactly one more colorful node on them and have one covered node – these nodes should be colorful.

The bottom left hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

### Levels 99-101

The top right hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it. This means that the nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them.

The blue 1 needs at least two colorful nodes one step away from it. There are three covered nodes in this range, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node one step away from the blue 1 should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the top right hexagon should be blank.

The red 3 needs at least one colorful node three steps away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom hexagon).

The blue 2 can’t have more than one colorful node one step away from it, and there is one already – among the nodes circled with green. The (not circled) covered node one step away from the blue 2 should be blank.

The top left hexagon needs exactly two more colorful nodes on it, and there are two covered nodes – they should be colorful.

Both the top right and the bottom hexagons have all their colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes should be blank.

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The top left hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are five covered nodes, four of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has one. This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the top left hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node three steps away from the red 4 should be blank.

If the node circled with green is colorful, the nodes circled with blue will be blank (because of both top hexagons) and the red 3 will have only two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, when it needs at least three.

The node circled with green should be blank.

The nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them (because of the top left hexagon).

The nodes circled with blue can’t have more than one colorful node among them (because of the top right hexagon).

The red 3 needs at least three colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it. There are five covered nodes in this range – two nodes circled with green, two nodes circled with blue and one not circled node.

This means that the nodes circled with green have exactly one colorful node among them. The same is true for the nodes circled with blue.

The remaining (not circled) node three steps away from the red 3 should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on both top hexagons should be blank.

The right green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

Both the top right and the bottom hexagons has all their colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on them should be blank.

The top left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

If the node circled with green is blank, the nodes circled with blue will be colorful (because of the bottom hexagon) and the nodes circled with purple will be blank. Now the red 3 has only two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, when it needs at least three.

The node circled with green should be colorful.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are three colorful nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled with green have at least one colorful node among them.

The bottom red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one. This means that the nodes circled green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the bottom red 3 should be blank.

The nodes circled green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom hexagon).

The blue 3 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-2 steps away from it, and it already has one – among the nodes circled with green. This means that the (not circled) covered node two steps away from the blue 3 should be blank.

The top hexagon needs exactly two colorful nodes on it. There are three covered nodes, two of them are circled with green.

The nodes circled green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom hexagon).

This means that the (not circled) covered node on the top hexagon should be colorful.

The nodes circled green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom hexagon).

The purple 3 needs at least four colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it has only three – both red 3’s and one among the nodes circled with green.

This means that the (not circled) covered node two steps away from the purple 3 should be colorful.

The top red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it, and it has both. This means that the covered node two steps away from the top red 3 should be blank.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

### Level 102

The green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it. This means that the nodes circled with green can’t have more than one colorful node among them.

The bottom hexagon needs exactly three colorful nodes on it. There are four covered nodes, two of them are circled with green. This means that the nodes circled green have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node on the left hexagon should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the bottom hexagon should be colorful.

The nodes circled green have exactly one colorful node among them (because of the bottom hexagon).

The right hexagon needs exactly three colorful nodes on it. There are five covered nodes, three of them are circled with blue. This means that the nodes circled blue have at least one colorful node among them.

The bottom red 3 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-2 steps away from it. This means that the nodes circled blue have exactly one colorful node among them.

The remaining (not circled) node two steps away from the bottom red 3 should be blank.

The remaining (not circled) nodes on the right hexagon should be colorful.

The right green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The right hexagon has all its colorful nodes, so the remaining covered nodes on it should be blank.

The top green 1 needs at least one colorful node one step away from it. There is only one covered node in this range – it should be colorful.

The blue 4 can’t have more than one colorful node 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has one.

This means that the covered node three steps away from the blue 4 should be blank.

The top hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

The top red 4 can’t have more than two colorful nodes 1-3 steps away from it, and it already has both. This means that the remaining covered nodes 1-3 steps away from the top red 4 should be blank.

The left hexagon needs exactly one more colorful node on it, and there is one covered node – it should be colorful.

### Final Words

And that wraps up our share on LogiNode: LogiNode – Full Walkthrough, Part 2 (Levels 72-102). If you have any additional insights or tips to contribute, don’t hesitate to drop a comment below. For a more in-depth read, you can refer to the original article here by SadSensei, who deserves all the credit. Happy gaming!