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 Double Jigsaw by Ted Lewis Cut out these four pieces and fit them together to make two squares. Play  |  Download
 Triple Double Jigsaw by Ted Lewis Cut out these six pieces and fit them together to make three squares. Play  |  Download
 Coin Cup by Serhiy Grabarchuk, Jr. Arrange eight identical coins into the shape of a cup shown in the illustration. The object is to move only two of them in a new position to get the cup standing upside-down. You're allowed to move the coins as you wish but at the end the cup has to have exactly the same shape only rotated at 180 degrees from its initial position. Play  |  Download
 A Hopscotch Puzzle by Henry E. Dudeney Can you draw the hopscotch figure shown in the illustration without taking your pencil off the paper or going along the same line twice? Play  |  Download
 The Three Squares Take twelve matchsticks and arrange them into the grid shown above. Now move only three matchsticks so that to get exactly three perfect squares. Play  |  Download
 Turn the Fish by Kobon Fujimura Arrange 8 matchsticks to form the fish swimming left as shown in the illustration. The object of the puzzle is to move 3 matchsticks to make the fish swimming in the opposite direction, i.e. to the right. Play  |  Download
 Reverse the Triangle Six pennies are placed on the table to form a triangle as shown in the uppermost illustration. By sliding one penny at a time, reverse the triangle so that it points in the opposite direction. How many pennies do you have to move? Now put ten pennies on the table to form a bigger triangle as shown in the lower illustration. Reverse the triangle by sliding one penny at a time. How many pennies do you have to move? Play  |  Download
 Out of Glass by Martin Gardner The object is to move 2 matchsticks to get the cherry outside the glass. At the finish, the glass may be turned in any direction, but it must be exactly the same shape as before. Play  |  Download
 Triple Double Jigsaw 2 by Ted Lewis Cut out these six pieces and make two squares. Play  |  Download
 Around Dodecahedron In 20 Points by W. R. Hamilton The object of this puzzle is to visit all the 20 green points on the graph. You can start at any point but you may visit each point only once. Moving from point to point you have to travel along the white lines (alleys) only. You have to finish at the point where you've started your journey from. Play  |  Download
 Color the Triangle by Ted Lewis Fill the triangle with red, yellow and blue chips so that no chips of the same color are next to each other. Play  |  Download
 The Tangram Without doubt the Tangram is the most popular put-together puzzle, and one of the most well known puzzles ever. The origins of the Tangram are unknown, but the earliest references date back to the beginning of the 19th century, China. That's why the puzzle is also known as the Chinese puzzle. The puzzle consists of seven pieces - tans - obtained by dividing a square as shown in the illustration. To play with the Tangram simply print all the seven pieces and then cut them out. Now you're able to arrange them in many different ways making an infinite number of nice, fun, and sometimes very puzzling figures. For every figure you have to use all the seven tans. You're allowed to rotate the pieces as you wish, and even flip them over. But you can't overlap the pieces. We've chosen just a few most popular figures that you may assemble using all the seven tans. They will give you a good taste of the puzzle. Play  |  Download
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