
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 58, Upvotes 7
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12th November 2019
Mix up the word on the signpost with the words on the fishies, to make 7 letter words.
One of the fishies is a red herring. Views 48, Upvotes 3
Words
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 38, Upvotes 5
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Words
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 34, Upvotes 5
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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 55, Upvotes 6
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29th October 2019
Find all the rectangles within the grid.
Each number represents the number of squares taken up by the surrounding rectangle. Views 67, Upvotes 11
Logic
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 81, Upvotes 10
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22nd October 2019
Fill in each row so that the totals at the bottom are accurate.
Each row has either zeroes or a number. The row with a 1 contains one 1. The row with 2's contains two 2s. There are three 3's, four 4's and so on. Views 69, Upvotes 3
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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 83, Upvotes 6
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15th October 2019
Last night's Foldapuz game is the 52nd game on the site.
I'm quite happy with that number, as it's quite literally AGameAWeek! Other fun numbers 52 games, 8 puzzles each per day = 416 puzzles every single day. Views 444, Upvotes 3
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14th October 2019
Try to locate the snake's path between the 1 and the higher value in the grid.
The side values will tell you how many points in that row/column are occupied by the snake. Views 132, Upvotes 3
Logic
14th October 2019
Track down the snake's location. It exists between the 1 and the higher value.
The snake winds its way through the grid, but won't ever rub against itself, horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. (eg, there's always a gap around it.) You can Print a page full of Snake here, or Play Snake in your browser, here. Views 60, Upvotes 5
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14th October 2019
I've already done Foldapuz for this week! I did it late last night, half asleep, so will have to double check I didn't do anything silly in the code!!
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10th October 2019
There are nine stars in the sky. Can you find them all?
Each star is on it's own row, column, and within it's own bordered area. You can Print out a sheet full, Play in your Browser, or wait until the game pops up as part of your regular Foldapuz collection. Views 39, Upvotes 5
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1st October 2019
Earn a slice of cake by filling in the boxes with numbers 1 to 9, so that each of the four larger numbers are totals of its four corner values.
You can Print out a Sheet, or Play in your Browser on Desktop, Mobile or Tablet Views 42, Upvotes 4
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1st October 2019
Earn a slice of cake by filling in the boxes with numbers 1 to 9, so that each of the four larger numbers are totals of its four corner values.
Views 40, Upvotes 8
Maths
24th September 2019
Views 45, Upvotes 4
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Maths
24th September 2019
Simply fill the X with the numbers 1 through 9, so that all the totals add up correctly.
You can Print a page full of Nine X here, or alternatively Play in your browser! Views 36, Upvotes 6
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17th September 2019
Four words have been slotted together into a cross.
Use the remaining letters to fill in the four words. Views 46, Upvotes 3
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Words
17th September 2019
Four 8 letter words have been made into a crossword.
Use the letters provided to complete the words. You can Print out a sheet full of these puzzles, here, or alternatively Play the game in your browser, here. Views 37, Upvotes 5
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10th September 2019
Views 167, Upvotes 11
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Words
10th September 2019
A simple wordlinking game. Connect each word on the left with a word on the right, to make longer words.
Views 67, Upvotes 11
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Words
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3rd September 2019
Use the four grey/white numbers, and combine them with your best maths skills, to try and find all the values shown on the bingo card.
Views 247, Upvotes 13
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Maths
27th August 2019
The islands need bridges, but only the exact number of bridges displayed within!
Using on horizontal or vertical bridges, and no more than two bridges in a single direction, connect the islands to each other. Views 82, Upvotes 5
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27th August 2019
Connect all the islands using only horizontal and vertical bridges.
The numbers on the islands tell you how many bridges that island has. Without crossing any bridges over each other, try to fill them all in. You can Print Sheets of Bridges here, or Play the game in your browser, here. Views 36, Upvotes 7
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