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
Insert red and blue coins into the Jukebox. The will drop down into
two color baskets, passing through a special rotation mechanism. Your
goal is to make red coins falling into the red basket and the blue
coins - into the blue one. By Oskar van Deventer.
Twelve easy challenges
from our weekly
GridWorks Logic Puzzles are selected
and gathered in one PDF file. The solutions are also
included. Now you can download the file and solve the
challenges off the screen as well!
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.
A dozen of
Coin puzzles featured in
are now available for downloading in a single PDF file. The file
contains complete rules and solutions to the puzzles. Just download
and have fun while solving!
Put 11 hexominoes within the board so that no two of them touch each
other even at a corner. You can rotate the hexominoes and/or flip them
over. But you cannot overlap them. Note that each hexomino must be
placed fully within the board.
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?
A printable e-booklet of selected 12
puzzles with numbers. The puzzles
have been featured in the
Puzzle Playground sector for several years, and now you can
download them to your machine in a single PDF file with complete rules
Transfer thirteen balls with the letters and two balls with the
asterisks onto the nodes of the 15-point star so that to obtain HAPPY
HOLIDAYS. The challenge sounds to be quite trivial until you find
there is a simple little rule attached to it...