I think I came up with an alternative, but unacceptable answer for the second 'bugs in boxes' puzzle. Do the developers need to add a rule that says 'use the least amount of boxes necessary' or something? Some of the boxes in the accepted answer can in fact be divided, which is what I had done.

Is a box:

- a square on the grid? (If so, then my solution is wrong. This seems to be what the game implies.)

- an enclosing set of squares? (Which would make my solution correct.)

Also:

- Are the bugs 'territories' inclusive, or exclusive? I read the rules as stating that the territoreis are 'exclusive' which means the 4 grassgrazers need 12 squares, and the 6 peddlepaddlers need 12 squares. Thus, as the grid itself is 6x4 squares, the puzzle requires all squares to be allocated to bugs for an 'exclusive territory' solution. Which, again, I have, and it says "bzzzt wrong." (:

So I guess I'm gonna go try for an inclusive solution, which ... well means I can put the grassgrazers in a "box" which is 3 squares in size, and the peddlepadlers in a box that is... well I'll optimize and see which is more optimal for the inclusive solution.

Anyway, I'm of the opinion this is not worded well as I am unsure of what a 'box' is, nor what constitutes 'Territory.'

And the 'inclusive' solution is incorrect, so... I'm going to bet there are multiple correct solutions.

Each bug needs that many squares *to themselves*. 3 grassgrazers require 9 squares.

Can you screenshot your incorrect solutions? It might give us some more leads on where you might be going wrong.

(Little side-point, for TTG: I never tried not doing so, but do you actually have to fill in the edges of the grid too, or are they regarded as implicitly included?)