Put a set of sixteen jigsaw-like pieces into a jigsaw-like board. The
places for many pieces can be discovered based on a logical reasoning. You
just have to make the right conclusions. A sequel puzzle to
An initial grid is built with some distinctive connections between the
letters. Now as the gird is changed, the same letters should be
distributed over it and the respective connections with no extra or
missing ones should be kept.
Light a couple of stars in each column, each row and each region in the
blue sky. No star can touch each other, even diagonally. No guessing while
solving, only logical reasoning is required. Thus, how long it will take
you to light all the stars?
This kind of dissection is a little bit special. Except the fact it is
bisection, its additional rule is to produce mirror pieces, and on top
of that mutually rotated at 90 degrees. Can you stick to these strict
rules while solving?
Do you like to type SMS messages with your cell phone? Whatever your
answer is, we'd like to offer you more interesting challenge - to read
them. Where is the trick? The reading isn't that simple - it's actually
A sea serpent lies hidden under the surface of the water with only its
head, tail and a few other parts visible. Should it be hard to reveal its
entire body from head through tail, knowing it doesn't touch itself
Put a set of nine jigsaw-like pieces into a special grid. A distinctive
feature of the challenge is that there is a definite logical place and
order for each piece to be located within the grid. The goal is only to