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This page gathers all puzzles presented at Puzzles.COM, which are either created by The Grabarchuk Family.

 Broken Program by The Grabarchuk Family What is the minimum number of 2-key swaps required to restore the correct order of the keys? Play  |  Download
 6th Square by The Grabarchuk Family Which of the signs in the bottom row should replace the question mark? Play  |  Download
 Heaviest Candy by The Grabarchuk Family Which candy is the heaviest? Play  |  Download
 Linked Hearts by The Grabarchuk Family In the picture within two dozen tangled hearts, there are exactly four pairs of interlinked ones. Can you find these pairs? Play  |  Download
 Valentine Search by The Grabarchuk Family How many different ways can the word VALENTINE be read? You can move through neighboring letters vertically, horizontally, or diagonally and pass some letters more than once. Play  |  Download
 Ornaments by The Grabarchuk Family The ring consists of the six one-sided corners. Each corner has three different ornaments on it. Can you find two exactly identical corners which have the same set of ornaments? Play  |  Download
 Star by The Grabarchuk Family In the inlay, find a perfect, four-pointed star exactly similar to that shown just above it. The star can differ in size and orientation, but its outline must be full and uninterrupted. Play  |  Download
 Hidden Food by The Grabarchuk Family The lines hide some food. Can you find it? Play  |  Download
 Knight in a Square by The Grabarchuk Family If the knight moves normally, which cell could the knight never reach? Note, in chess, a knight moves two squares in one direction and then one square in a perpendicular direction. Play  |  Download
 E-Counter by The Grabarchuk Family How many E's, exactly similar to the small one on the top, of any possible size and orientation, can you find in the pattern? Play  |  Download
 Cube Ring by The Grabarchuk Family The ring consists of ten cubes. Three of the four pictures of the ring are correct. Which one is wrong? Play  |  Download
 House Unfold by The Grabarchuk Family Which pattern forms a full house when folded along the dotted lines? No parts of the patterns should overlap each other. Play  |  Download
 Big Square Fold by The Grabarchuk Family You have a square sheet of paper colored on one side and white on the other. What is the fewest number of simple folds you should perform to make the biggest square colored on both sides? Play  |  Download
 Measure 5 Liters by The Grabarchuk Family Using two of the cans, it is possible to measure exactly 5 liters of water. Which two cans must be used? Play  |  Download
 Square Size by The Grabarchuk Family Numbered tiles (1 through N) form a square and are placed in it line-by-line in ascending order starting from its top left corner. A fragment of the square is shown. What is the size of the square? Play  |  Download
 5x5 Letter Grid by The Grabarchuk Family Starting from a cell of the grid and with each next step moving to a vertically, horizontally or diagonally adjacent one, can you find a 6-letter word? Play  |  Download
 Three Spirals by The Grabarchuk Family Which spiral (A, B, or C) is the biggest one? Play  |  Download
 Tangled Squares by The Grabarchuk Family Three of the four tangled squares are identical. Which one differs? Play  |  Download
 Three and Up by The Grabarchuk Family What is the biggest number of outlines of isosceles triangles you can get by rearranging the three identical isosceles triangles shown? Play  |  Download
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