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A Day at the Beach
A Day at the Beach
Yesterday was such a beautiful day, four couples decided to spend the day at the beach. They had a great day of fun in the sun. At one point, each couple went off on their own for a while to enjoy their favorite beach activity. Determine each couple's full names, the color of each woman's bathing suit, and each couple's favorite activity.
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Circus! Circus!
Circus! Circus!
The circus is in town! Four families got tickets for a day of fun under the big top. Each family brought a different number of children and each family had a different favorite act of the day. Determine the full name of each couple, how many children each had, and what each family's favorite act was.
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The Egg of Columbus
The Egg of Columbus
Break the Egg apart and arrange it in the other way to complete a few extra figures. Explore on your own and invent new shapes!
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The Mutilated Chessboard
The Mutilated Chessboard
Another classic puzzle gem that should bring you an "aha!" no matter, if you solve it by yourself or go right to the solution page. Enjoy the beauty of the logical proof!
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Arcade Time!
Arcade Time!
For Timís birthday, his mother brought him and three friends to the local arcade for an evening on fun and games. The boys spent the evening competing with each other for the highest scores on their favorite arcade games, all of them classic older games...
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How Many Squares?
How Many Squares?
It's the visual one but it's not an illusion. Count how many dot-per-corner squares are hidden in the given figure and don't let the answer square your error.
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Nine Points
Nine Points
Nine points, four lines, a pencil and... possibly an eraser. Go through all the points not lifting a pencil off the paper.
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Four Circles
Four Circles
The four intersecting circles have to be drawn in the traditional way - neither taking a pencil off the paper, nor going over any part of the line twice.
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The Treasure at Medinet
The Treasure at Medinet
Restore the map of an ancient kingdom with a network of roads and eight fortresses, and make no more than one fortress accessible on every road.
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English 16
English 16
The English 16 puzzle was very popular in Victorian England and Europe. The puzzle applet was written by Bob Kirkland as a birthday gift for our site. Enjoy this puzzle classic!
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The Six Pennies
The Six Pennies
Transform the two rows of coins into a perfect hexagon simply sliding them. And there is only one additional spec for the sliding...
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Silhouettes
Silhouettes
If several silhouettes are superimposed in a pile in some certain way a silhouette of a rabbit can appear. Moreover two different rabbit's silhouettes can be obtained. Can you find them both?
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