
8th September 2020
Each pair is made up of one filled circle and one unfilled one. Connect them with horizontal or vertical lines, ensuring none of the lines cross.
You can Print out sheets of puzzles here or alternatively Play in your browser. Views 87, Upvotes 5
Foldapuz
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Logic
1st September 2020
Place the letters A to J within the grid so that no consecutive letters are adjacent, horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Views 66, Upvotes 4
Logic
1st September 2020
Fill the letters A to J into the grid so that no consecutive letters are beside each other, horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
You can Print out sheets of puzzles or alternatively, Play in your browser. Views 73, Upvotes 7
Foldapuz
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Logic
14th August 2020
Over on Facebook, Graham Keith complained that the Kakuro puzzles weren't as authentic as they could be, so I hopped into the code and gave them a makeover.
Views 78, Upvotes 8
Foldapuz
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Fixings
11th August 2020
You can now drag'n'drop the various games in Foldapuz!
Views 84, Upvotes 7
Foldapuz
11th August 2020
Didn't attempt to do the drag'n'drop interface for Foldapuz, yesterday!
Views 76, Upvotes 5
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Foldapuz
10th August 2020
I shuffled around Foldapuz a bit, yesterday.
Views 83, Upvotes 8
Daily Blog
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Foldapuz
28th July 2020
Solve all the maths to find the speed of each horse. The fastest horse wins the race.
As a bonus game, start by guessing which horse will win. Views 87, Upvotes 3
Maths
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Horse
28th July 2020
Placed your bets, then do the maths to find out which horse is faster.
The fastest horse wins. But did you bet on the right one?! You can Print Sheets of Puzzles, or alternatively Play in your browser. Views 88, Upvotes 5
Foldapuz
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Maths
21st July 2020
Use the tiles provided to fill out the grid to make up words, but ensure that the number of points on each row and column add up to the totals shown.
Views 106, Upvotes 3
Words
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Scrabble
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Crosswords
21st July 2020
Using a combination of logic and word prowess, try to place all the tiles into the grid to form a crisscross set of words, so that the totals of each row and column are accurate.
You can Print sheets of puzzles, or alternatively Play in your browser. Views 65, Upvotes 3
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Words
13th July 2020
Each face has been given a value, of 1 to 9, and all alike faces are the same.
Use the rowtotals to help determine the value of each of the faces. Views 147, Upvotes 4
Logic
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Faces
13th July 2020
Each face has a specific value. Use the totals on the edge to help determine what each face is worth.
You can Print out sheets of puzzles, or alternatively Play in your browser. Views 80, Upvotes 6
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Logic
7th July 2020
In a sky full of starlight, there are eight stars shining brightly. Each star sends out a beam of light, horizontally and vertically, and the numbers show how much light is hitting a single spot.
Use eight blocks to stop any light from hitting anything it shouldn't. Views 71, Upvotes 3
Logic
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Stars
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Light
7th July 2020
There are eight stars in the sky, and eight blocks. Stars shine vertically and horizontally, with their star power adding together. Blocks stop the light from going any further.
Use the light values to help decide where the stars are in the sky. You can Print out sheets of puzzles, or alternatively Play in your browser. Views 71, Upvotes 6
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Logic
30th June 2020
Each column of a grid (top to bottom) should add up to the same value, but two of the squares have swapped places, mangling the numbers.
Try to find the two squares that will fix the grid when swapped back. Views 80, Upvotes 5
Maths
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Logic
30th June 2020
The three columns of a grid are supposed to add up to the same total, but two of the numbers have been swapped. Figure out which numbers are in the wrong places.
You can Print puzzles here or alternatively Play in your browser on Desktop, Mobile or Tablet. Views 63, Upvotes 5
Foldapuz
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Maths
24th June 2020
Use chips of value 5, 10 or 25, to fill up the grid, so that all the totals match up. For added difficulty, try to limit yourself to 10 of each chip.
Views 72, Upvotes 4
Logic
24th June 2020
Fill the grid up with chips, of value 5, 10 or 25, so that the side totals are all accurate.
You can Print out a sheet of puzzles or alternatively, Play in your Browser. Views 66, Upvotes 5
Foldapuz
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Logic
18th June 2020
In this puzzle, your task is to fill in a selection of the circles so that each bordered area contains one solid circle, and there are no cases of ThreeInARow within the grid.
Views 101, Upvotes 4
Puzzle
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Logic
18th June 2020
Fill in the circles so that each bordered area contains one solid circle, and there are no cases of ThreeInARow, horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
You can Print pages of the puzzles here, or alternatively, Play it in your browser. Views 94, Upvotes 7
Foldapuz
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Release
13th June 2020
Complete the circles using all the numbers 1 to 12, so that each of the sides of the triangle add up to the number in the middle.
Views 91, Upvotes 4
Maths
13th June 2020
The twelve bubbles should contain all of the numbers 1 to 12, so that each side of the triangle adds up to the number in the middle.
You can Print pages of the puzzle, or alternatively Play it in your browser. Views 69, Upvotes 9
Foldapuz
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Maths
2nd June 2020
Letters A to G are assigned unique values 1 to 7.
Use the grid as well as the set of equations, to help decide on their values. Views 201, Upvotes 2
2nd June 2020
Each letter has a unique value, 1 to 7.
Use the maths equations at the bottom of the page to help cross off the values of each letter. Views 60, Upvotes 6
Foldapuz
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Maths
1st June 2020
You can play Blockman On Ice in the Browsercade, already, but I've not done my screenshots, icons, etc yet.
Views 38, Upvotes 1
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