Here’s an easy Slitherlink.

Regular Slitherlink rules.

Gimmick puzzles! Here’s a pair of not-entirely-easy Slitherlinks.

If you cut the first Slitherlink into four 5×5-sized quadrants, then inflate each quadrant (each pair of adjacent cells will be pushed one cell apart, so the inflated quadrant takes up a 9×9 square), and then interleave them back together, you get another valid puzzle, the second Slitherlink.

Regular Slitherlink rules.

EDIT: I somehow completely forgot that Slitherlink uses a dot grid, not dashed lines. Fixed.

As the previous one, made for the sake of practise. I think I like this one better.

Regular Crosslink rules.

My Slitherlink skills could definitely use some improvement, so for practise I made this. It’s pretty easy, but at least I got it to be antisymmetric.

Regular Slitherlink rules.

(EDIT: Fixed a transcription error. I think the old one was solvable, too, though.)