
21st January 2020
21st January 2020
All of the words have the same two letters missing. Can you decide what two letters are missing, and fill them all in?
You can Print off a sheet full, here or Play it in your Browser, here. Views 20, Upvotes 1
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21st January 2020
Crikey, that's a lot of games..
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14th January 2020
14th January 2020
A maths game, this week.
Try to fill out the grid of numbers so that the sums on the right are all correct. Each column should contain all numbers 1 to 9, and no alike numbers should be next to each other (horizontally, vertically or diagonally) You can Print a sheet of them, here, or alternatively, Play it in your browser. Views 23, Upvotes 2
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7th January 2020
7th January 2020
Find the five blocks within the grid.
The numbers on the edge tell you how many tiles are filled in on that row/column. Not all rows/columns have numbers, so watch out for that! You can Print off a Sheet full of puzzles here, or Play in your browser, here. Views 24, Upvotes 1
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17th December 2019
17th December 2019
Find all the dominoes within the grid.
Each domino is either horizontally or vertically aligned. Each of the O symbols suggest that the two adjacent dominoes are aligned in the same direction. X's suggest the two adjacent dominoes are aligned at 90 degrees. Views 21, Upvotes 1
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10th December 2019
10th December 2019
A simple anagram game, this week. Each of the rings is an 8 letter word.
You can Print a sheet of Wrd Squares here, or alternatively Play it in your Browser. Views 20, Upvotes 1
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3rd December 2019
3rd December 2019
Add the letter from the centre of the flower, into all of the four letter words in the petals, then unscramble each of the five letter words.
You can Print a sheet of flower here or alternatively Play them in your browser. Views 22, Upvotes 2
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3rd December 2019
With my mind set on doing background tasks over Advent, I spent a few hours tweaking bits of Foldapuz, yesterday.
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26th November 2019
26th November 2019
This week's Foldapuz puzzle sees you having to fill out the letters A to Y in a single path.
The path can wind vertically, horizontally or diagonally, but each letter must touch the previous one. There are clues around the edge, showing you which row/column/diagonal line each of the letters should be on. You can Print out a sheet of puzzles here, or alternatively Play it in your browser on Desktop, Mobile or Tablet. Views 26, Upvotes 0
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19th November 2019
Fill in the numbers 1 to 5 on each row and column.
Ensure that the sums in the circles are correct for both opposing diagonal values. eg, if it says "5+" then the top left and bottom right value should add up to 5, and the top right and bottom left should ALSO add up to 5. Views 130, Upvotes 3
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19th November 2019
Fill in the grid with each row and column having all of the numbers 1 to 5.
The "spots" are the results of diagonal sums. If a spot shows a + and a 7, then the top left and bottom right values will add together to 7, and also the top right and lower left values will also equal 7. You can Print out a Sheet of Mathrax, or alternatively Play it in your browser. Views 26, Upvotes 2
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12th November 2019
12th November 2019
In this game, mix up the letters from the signposts' word, with those of the fish, to generate 7 letter words.
Beware the red herring! Views 24, Upvotes 0
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11th November 2019
A fishing game for Foldapuz?
The idea popped into my head, last night. It's going to be a slightly different design style for this week's game. Nothing more than a simple word game, but with a predrawn background image with a little fisherman on it. Views 27, Upvotes 2
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5th November 2019
Can you find all the pills within the grid?
Each pill is numbered 1 to N (Where N is the width of the grid, so 8 squares along = 8 pills) The pills sit either horizontally or vertically in the grid, and are exactly 3 squares in length. The numbers at the side display the totals of all of the squares that contain pills in that row..! Views 19, Upvotes 1
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29th October 2019
29th October 2019
A simple enough puzzle. Each number represents the size of a rectangle. Try to find, and fill in, all of the rectangles without overlapping any.
You can Print a full sheet of Sikaku here, or alternatively Play it in your browser, here. Views 29, Upvotes 5
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22nd October 2019
22nd October 2019
Each row contains 0's or "The number for that row".
The row containing 1's should have one 1 on it. The row with 2's has two 2's, the 3's has three 3's, and so on. Fill in the numbers so that the bottom totals are all correct. Views 44, Upvotes 1
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