From time to time our site is partnering with other websites or people
on projects in which we can provide some help from our side. The help
can be either in form of an equal participation, expertise and/or
testing, or simple featuring and promoting.
Thus, we've decided to create a special section in which we could
compile the list of such projects. You are welcome to explore and
discover through them! And we hope to keep the list constantly
Exchange the four white and four black knights on the board in the
shape of a capital G. The minimum number of moves is set to eleven.
The puzzle possesses both the visually appealing black and white
stylized design and the addictive internal idea. By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
This is a harder version of the Correct Order Puzzle, or in other
words its sequel. The goal remains the same - change the order of the
numbers. But one special trick is added - the central piece is
immovable now. The trick adds up the complexity to the puzzle, don't
you find? By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
This is a basic puzzle for a series of sliding block puzzles in a 3x4
tray. Nine square blocks making a 3x3 pattern, and a 1x2 "shuttle"
block. The goal is to restore the correct order of the numbers on the
nine square blocks. By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
What will happen if you make the seven pieces of a classic Tangram
puzzle transparent, leaving only outlines of them? You'll get a modern
variation on the old theme. Now you can create fancy shapes instead of
traditional monochromatic ones. Will you be able to come up with your
own contour shapes? By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
The green Christmas-tree is depicted on the surface of nine square
pieces. Also there are four fragments of another, blue Christmas-tree.
Your holiday challenge is to assemble the whole, blue Christmas-tree
which will look exactly like the green one... By
Eight pieces with four card suits on them. The goal sounds simple -
rotate the whole position of the card suits clockwise sliding the
pieces around. It doesn't require too many moves - the question is
only to figure out several crucial ones to minimize their overall
number. Can you? By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
The puzzle is about your counting skills. How fast can you produce a
hundred from a given set of numbers, say six numbers? And what about
ten sets at once? What would be your best time? All this is presented
to you in Flash, so the only thing you require is just right counting.
And don't forget about the pace!
Three given four-letter words—PLAY RUSH HOUR—create an Annigram.
Shuffle the letters around in order to find new Annigrams of the three
four-letter words each. How many of them with valid English words and
with no word repeated can you find? Puzzle concept by Kate Jones.
The world's favorite cat is
celebrating his 25th birthday, and you're invited to the party! Dedicated
to this event
Playtonium.com brings a collection of
jigsaw puzzles based on the Garfield theme. We've partnered with
Playtonium.com in the way to feature this
collection on our site too.
This is our second MIP (Monthly Interactive & Printable) joint project
with PuzzlersParadise.com. Each month a couple of new interactive drop
quote puzzles with printable versions to them appears on our sites - a
puzzle per site. And as with logic problems, the answers to them are
not posted until the following month.
Our first MIP (Monthly Interactive & Printable) joint project with
PuzzlersParadise.com. Every month we post a new interactive logic
puzzle with its PDF Print 'n' Play Version to our respective sites.
And in order to add to the challenge, the answers to them are not
posted until the following month.