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Animal Puzzle by Junichi Yananose
Animal Puzzle
by Junichi Yananose
There are over two dozen of inhabitants in this "Zoo" and all of them have to be packed closely into the Zoo-board - animal by animal, side by side. Not as easy as the Zoo visiting.
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Dave the Worm from ice13.com
Dave the Worm
from ice13.com
Guide Dave the Worm through various potential hazards to the safety of an escape bucket. To help Dave you have three different actions to use. A set of mazes of several difficulty levels from ice13.com.
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Weekdazed
Weekdazed
from tallhatDesign
Fill in sixteen hexagons with letters in order to spell five weekdays - from Monday through Friday. Do you think it will be easy to interweave them in a most appropriate way in the grid?
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Creaky by Taneda Yosai
Creaky
by Taneda Yosai
There are five two-colored planks in the puzzle and the objective is to turn them over untill a full square painted entirely in one color appear. Simply don't let the planks creak for nothing but the goal.
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Plastelina Game 2 from Plastelina Games
Plastelina Game 2
from Plastelina Games
Help the three cannibals and the three missionaries to move successfully to the other side of the lake... but don't let the cannibals dominate over the missionaries on either side of the lake.
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Oskar's 4D Maze from Clickmazes.com
Oskar's 4D Maze
from ClickMazes
A set of four-dimensional mazes where your aim is to maneuver the four-dimensional runner to its... four-dimensional goal. Designed and implemented by Oskar van Deventer.
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Spider Maze from SuperMaze.com
Spider Maze
from SuperMaze.com
There are five floors in this maze house. Can you find the way through its rooms and stairs to get to the very top of it - above the last violet floor? Really hard spider maze.
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Rubik's Clock from dotSphinx
Rubik's Clock
from dotSphinx
One of the Rubik's famous puzzles presented as virtual version on-line. The goal of the game stays the same: align all 18 clock faces to 12 o'clock - 9 on each side of the puzzle.
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Oskar's Counter-Step Mazes from ClickMazes
Oskar's Counter-Step Mazes
from ClickMazes
A blue piece of anti-matter follows the moves of the red piece of matter, except that in a mirror direction. The goal is to make them collide. Designed and implemented by Oskar van Deventer.
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Hedge Mazev form SuperMaze.com
Hedge Maze
from SuperMaze.com
Find your own way through this maze and get to the lookout station in the center of the maze. To move and turn use the arrow keys on your keyboard. Don't get lost in this 3D maze from SuperMaze.com.
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Logic Matches from Plastelina Games
Logic Matches
from Plastelina Games
A set of 16 match puzzles. Puzzles are based on a 3x3 grid. Your goal is to solve all the tasks "correctly & quickly as possible". See how many of them you can solve "correctly & quickly" in a session.
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The Kung Fu Packing Crate Maze from PuzzleBeast.com
The Kung Fu Packing Crate Maze
from PuzzleBeast
Help a martial arts superstar Cliff reach the crate "E" and finish filming the scene. No touching the floor, just jumps in the air and lands on the crates. The director wants Cliff to finish 26 takes, so "Action!!"
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Maze of Life from clickmazes.com
Maze of Life
from ClickMazes
You control only one cell - call it the intelligent one. You have to keep it alive and... reach the predefined goal according to those severe Game-of-Life rules.
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Sliding Stones 4
Sliding Stones 4
by Serhiy and Peter Grabarchuk
Exchange the four small squares captured within the four corners with the large square outside. It is said that 72 moves are enough, but try to figure them out!
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Dry Cleaner II
Dry Cleaner II
from PuzzleBeast
A new stain remover where your task is to navigate the red rack along the white rails to finish at the red pad at the top right of the puzzle. A set of puzzles organized by stores.
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The Christmas Tree Maze
The Christmas Tree Maze
from PuzzleBeast
Drag the bar of lights at the bottom of the Christmas tree along the maze and... light up the star at the very top of the tree. This rare kind of mazes is marvelous holiday pastime from James W. Stephens.
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The Orientation Maze
The Orientation Maze
from ClickMazes
A new style of multi-state arrow maze from ClickMazes. The arrows in the adjacent cells you are looking at dictate you choose a way to the aim. Extra obstacles make the mazes more challenging.
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Plastelina Game 3
Plastelina Game 3
from Plastelina Games
A family of five has to cross a bridge with 1 lamp, 30 seconds and 2 persons walking at a time at the rate of the slower one. The puzzle seems familiar to you?
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Harbor Puzzle
Harbor Puzzle
from Henley Mob
Another original idea by M. Oskar van Deventer with an excellent applet by Graham Rogers of the Henley Mob 2002! site. Load all containers plus cranes from the quay onto the ship. Would it be more tricky than in a real harbor?
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RollingCubes
RollingCubes
by Ken Shirriff
It looks simple: eight cubes - black on the top and white on the bottom - placed in a square. Rolling the cubes turn them all upside-down in 36 moves. Does it sound harder than it looks?
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