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Logic Problems X2
Logic Problems X2
February, 2007 marks the 5th anniversary of our joint puzzle project - Logic Problems (Monthly Interactive & Printable). Because of the event we've prepared an extra addition to our traditional bonus Logic Problem which we publish each anniversary. We decided to convert our first 24 Logic Problems to the printable format and present them in two special PDF packs. This is the second one consisting of 12 Logic Problems published on our site five years ago. Do you still remember?..
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The Battle of the Four Oaks
The Battle of the Four Oaks
A square piece of land challenges you to divide it into four identical parts. Maybe it would be easy if there were not four ancient oaks...
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The 26 Puzzle Re_Solution
The 26 Puzzle Re_Solution
A sequel to The "Twenty-Six" Puzzle. Numbers 1 through 12 and the magic sum of 26 remain, but the seven areas have changed. Will it be harder than the prequel?
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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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FlexiNet
FlexiNet
An initial grid is built with some distinctive connections between the letters. Now as the gird is changed, the same letters should be distributed over it and the respective connections with no extra or missing ones should be kept. By László Osvalt.
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XTree
XTree
A little XTree consisting of two equilateral triangles has to be transformed into more triangles with several moves only. A 3-in-1 XTree-based theme puzzle from the 2006-2007 Winter Holiday season. By Peter Grabarchuk.
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Interview Madness
Interview Madness
A company was interviewing people for four jobs that had become available. One Monday morning, four people came in to interview. Each interviewee talked with a different manager about a different job. Determine the full name of each interviewee, the full name of each manager, and the job each interviewed for. By Shelly Hazard.
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The Twiddled Bolts
The Twiddled Bolts
When two identical bolts are placed together so that their helical grooves intermesh, what it is supposed to happen when the bolts are moved around each other in the clockwise direction?
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Coupled Hearts 2
Coupled Hearts 2
Place 5 rectangles onto the uppermost board in order to obtain 4 coupled hearts, each consisting of two hearts placed on the adjacent cells. By Peter Grabarchuk.
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Enjoy Life!
Enjoy Life!
Some advice is handed down from one generation to another; ancient words of wisdom that are as true today as when they were originally uttered...
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Collating the Coins
Collating the Coins
Change the order of five coins in a chain from big-small-big-small-big to big-big-big-small-small. Another classic puzzle gem!
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Oxbow Puzzle
Oxbow Puzzle
You start with four Orange marbles on the left, four Blue ones on the right, and one empty hole in the middle. Your goal is to move the Blue marbles to the left and the Orange - to the right, observing some rules...
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