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Cats & Dogs
Cats & Dogs
Jeff Valdez, a multi-talented comic writer and producer, answers an age old question in this month's puzzle. Mr. Valdez even provides an example to support his conclusion. So, the age old question - which are smarter, dogs or cats?
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A New Look at Religion
A New Look at Religion
The Dalai Lama, a religious leader of Tibetan Buddhism, shares a new way to perceive religion in this month's puzzle.
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What Computers Can Do
What Computers Can Do
Doug Larson, a Wisconsin journalist, makes an interesting observation about what home computers can do in this month's puzzle.
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What We Dream
What We Dream
Dreaming is something we all have in common - whether we dream in stories or images, black and white or color, everyone dreams while they sleep. Some speculate it's a way for our subconscious minds to work out problems. Others say that our dreams have no meaning at all and are simply random images and such from our sleeping minds. Whether they have meaning or not, William Dement, a pioneering US sleep researcher, makes an amusing observation about our dreams with this month's puzzle.
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Dreaming
Dreaming
The term "dream" can refer to both what you do during the REM (Rapid Eye Movement) period of your sleep as well as your vision or hope of the future (the most famous example probably being Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech). In this month's puzzle, Stanislaw J. Lec makes a humorous observation regarding the dreams of sleep. Mr. Lec was a Polish poet and aphorist, considered among the greatest writers of post-World War 2 Poland.
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Windmill Puzzle
Windmill Puzzle
Make the wind blow in such a way that the rotating Windmill could distribute the color disks in some certain order. This Java© applet is a software implementation of the Windmill Puzzle, a mechanical puzzle by Oskar van Deventer.
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Always 100!
Always 100!
The puzzle is about your counting skills. How fast can you produce a hundred from a given set of numbers, say six numbers? And what about ten sets at once? What would be your best time? All this is presented to you in Flash, so the only thing you require is just right counting. And don't forget about the pace!
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The Card Suits Suite
The Card Suits Suite
Eight pieces with four card suits on them. The goal sounds simple - rotate the whole position of the card suits clockwise sliding the pieces around. It doesn't require too many moves - the question is only to figure out several crucial ones to minimize their overall number. Can you? By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
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The Contour Tangram
The Contour Tangram
What will happen if you make the seven pieces of a classic Tangram puzzle transparent, leaving only outlines of them? You'll get a modern variation on the old theme. Now you can create fancy shapes instead of traditional monochromatic ones. Will you be able to come up with your own contour shapes? By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
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The Correct Order Puzzle - R
The Correct Order Puzzle - R
This is a harder version of the Correct Order Puzzle, or in other words its sequel. The goal remains the same - change the order of the numbers. But one special trick is added - the central piece is immovable now. The trick adds up the complexity to the puzzle, don't you find? By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
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G-Knights Exchange
G-Knights Exchange
Exchange the four white and four black knights on the board in the shape of a capital G. The minimum number of moves is set to eleven. The puzzle possesses both the visually appealing black and white stylized design and the addictive internal idea. By Serhiy Grabarchuk.
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Change The Nine
Change The Nine
Twelve dark and three light balls are arranged into the digit of Nine. After a sequence of special moves the digit has to be turned into the digit of Zero, finally making the loop in the 0-9 series.
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The Eight Puzzle
The Eight Puzzle
The 12 pieces have to be arranged into the complete Eight digit. The pattern of the Eight is already provided and all what is left to do is to discover the proper place for each piece within the pattern.
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The Double Seven
The Double Seven
The turn-it-over puzzle. It consists of two Seven's - each of different color. The object is to exchange the colors of the digits, and in order to turn the color of a piece you have to turn that piece over.
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The Checkered Six
The Checkered Six
The three-in-one puzzle set. It contains a chessboard and two chess Six's. Every shape has to be composed of the entire set of 12 pieces. And... don't forget to alternate the dark and light cells.
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The Match Five
The Match Five
The five matchsticks are placed in such a way that they create the digit of Five. The goal is to move just several matchsticks into new position so that the five Fives instead of one appear.
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4D Numerical Puzzle
4D Numerical Puzzle
The four simple rectangles growing in certain progression in their sizes plus a rectangular outline. The goal is to place those rectangles within the outline so that the outline of the digit Four would appear.
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The Sliding Three
The Sliding Three
There are two color balls inside the digit. The goal is to exchange their positions and simultaneously save the digit of Three. Is it possible to do? Another sliding block puzzle in the set.
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The Snake With Diamonds
The Snake With Diamonds
Help the snake to crawl around a flower in the way that to save the diamond pattern on its back. To do that simply slide the set of pieces around until the complete snake appear in the new position.
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The One Puzzle
The One Puzzle
Seven pieces that have to be turned into ONE. Though some pieces seem to be easily interchanged, the goal is to find the proper places within the digit's outline for every of them to make the ONE appear.
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