7th April 2020
Views 63, Upvotes 3
30th March 2020
Each row contains the numbers 1 to 5, but leaves out one of the numbers for a spacer.
The totals for all groups of numbers are given along the sides/tops of each rows/columns.
Views 88, Upvotes 3
25th March 2020
Views 43, Upvotes 5
17th March 2020
Use the clues on the edge to help determine the locations of the treasure chests. The arrows will point directly at the treasure, although they may be a number of squares away.
Views 76, Upvotes 3
10th March 2020
Each of the central figures multiplies the same four outer figures of each pie. Try to find all the values for all of the pies.
Views 50, Upvotes 3
3rd March 2020
Change all of the letters in a single column to the same letter, so that all the words change to different words.
Views 48, Upvotes 7
25th February 2020
Fill in the six circles using the six numbers below, to make the three points of each triangle add up to the figure in the middle.
Views 48, Upvotes 1
Maths , Adding
18th February 2020
Views 46, Upvotes 4
Maths , Logic
11th February 2020
Fill in the wind!
Each number represents how many grid squares are taken up by horizontal and vertical lines, emerging from that block.
Views 47, Upvotes 5
4th February 2020
Views 48, Upvotes 5
Logic , Maths
28th January 2020
Move the blocks below to fill out the sums so that the sums on either side of the scales have identical results.
Views 36, Upvotes 3
21st January 2020
All of the words in the list have the same two letters missing. Try to figure out which two letters, and fill all the words back in.
Views 71, Upvotes 1
14th January 2020
Fill in the numbers 1 to 9 in the grid, so that the totals on the right are correct.
Each column should have all numbers 1 to 9, and no alike numbers should be adjacent to each other (horizontally, vertically, or diagonally)
Views 55, Upvotes 3
7th January 2020
Five of the shapes within the grid need to be filled in.
Use the tile-counts on the rows and columns to help figure out which of the shapes contain blocks.
Views 65, Upvotes 9
17th December 2019
A game of hidden dominoes.
Each domino is either horizontal or vertical.
The O's suggest two meeting dominoes that are in the same orientation.
Any X's are two meeting dominoes that are facing 90 degrees from each other.
Views 78, Upvotes 5
Logic , Puzzle , Dominoes
10th December 2019
Views 68, Upvotes 6
3rd December 2019
Take the central letter, and add it to each of the petals words.
Unscramble them all to make the four letter words into five letter words, and help the flower grow.
Views 61, Upvotes 5
26th November 2019
Find the path of the letters from A to Y within the grid.
Letters should be connected to the previous letter, alphabetically, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally.
Ensure the letters around the side are correctly pointing to each letter in the path.
Views 121, Upvotes 3
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 146, Upvotes 8
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
5th November 2019
Views 68, Upvotes 9
29th October 2019
Find all the rectangles within the grid.
Each number represents the number of squares taken up by the surrounding rectangle.
Views 71, Upvotes 12
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
Maths , Logic
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 136, Upvotes 3
10th October 2019
Views 37, Upvotes 3
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
24th September 2019
Views 46, Upvotes 5
Foldapuz , Maths