
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
10th September 2019
Views 179, Upvotes 11
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Words
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 251, 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 87, Upvotes 5
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Logic
19th August 2019
A simple maths game.
Fill out the numbers so that each row, column and diagonal adds up to the shown target. Views 93, Upvotes 5
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Maths
12th August 2019
Try to find a single loop within the maze which crosses all four of the Hearts, but doesn't ever cross itself.
Views 103, Upvotes 6
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6th August 2019
A simple "Guess the Word" game.
Can you find a word, or multiple words, which fit within the space provided? Views 105, Upvotes 22
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30th July 2019
Find a path from the top to the bottom of the maze, which moves from spot to spot using the order of the symbols shown at the bottom.
Views 111, Upvotes 8
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Logic
22nd July 2019
Views 199, Upvotes 12
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Cards
15th July 2019
Views 150, Upvotes 6
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Maths
8th July 2019
Find as many words as you can, which all contain the central letter from the wheel.
There's one complete anagram in the wheel. Can you find it? Views 353, Upvotes 18
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Words
1st July 2019
Try to triangulate the position of the square that should contain the number 0. Each number on the grid represents how many steps away from 0 that square is.
Views 62, Upvotes 9
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Logic
24th June 2019
Fill out each word, either adding one letter to the top, or removing a letter from the bottom, such that each row contains a valid word.
Views 182, Upvotes 43
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Words
17th June 2019
Some of the blank domino faces should not be blank. Try to figure out which, and fill out the correct values, without creating duplicate dominos.
Views 41, Upvotes 4
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Logic
10th June 2019
Try to make a constant path through the hexagonal maze, looping around so that the path runs sequentially from number 1 to number 24.
Views 66, Upvotes 4
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Logic
4th June 2019
Each of the extra tiles can be added to one of the words, and scrambled to create new longer words.
Try to decide which letter goes where, to make what words! Views 40, Upvotes 9
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Words
7th March 2019
Views 65, Upvotes 4
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Maths
10th February 2019
Fill out the combinations using the numbers 1 through 9, ensuring the totals on each row and column are accurate.
Views 30, Upvotes 5
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Maths
5th February 2019
The numbers represent a different group of horizontal or vertical squares. Try to figure out where all the different groups are, such that they don't overlap each other, but also manage to cover up all of the black dots shown in the grid.
Game Concept  Juho Snellman Views 37, Upvotes 7
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Logic
28th January 2019
Fill the grid with the letters laid out below.
Each six letters is a complete word. Unscramble the words, then find their correct places on the grid. Views 34, Upvotes 5
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Words
14th January 2019
Views 111, Upvotes 3
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Maths
23rd December 2018
Each row and column should contain the numbers 1 to 5. The arrows show a point where one number is larger than an adjacent number.
Use the arrows to help guide you in placing the numbers within the grid. Views 30, Upvotes 3
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Logic
20th December 2018
Using only the numbers 1 through 9, fill out the grid so that each of the triangular figures displays the total on the adjacent squares in the direction given.
Views 15, Upvotes 3
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Maths
19th December 2018
Views 17, Upvotes 6
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15th December 2018
A single continuous loop has been created. Use the numbers in the grid to help you reconstruct the loop.
The numbers in the grid tell you how many of that square's edges contain part of the loop. Views 63, Upvotes 4
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Logic
14th December 2018
The product of each row and column is shown. Try to figure out which of the numbers in the grid shouldn't be there, and erase them.
Views 21, Upvotes 3
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Logic
12th December 2018
Use the movement ranges of all of your pieces on the board, to track down the one single square in which the opponent's King is hiding.
Views 17, Upvotes 4
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