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 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
 Stover's Pencils by Mel Stover One of the vanishing puzzles where an object vanishes just in front of your eyes after a simple manipulation. Just figure out where the object got to and what, if anything, appears instead of it. Play  |  Download
 Square-in-Square by Peter Grabarchuk When two rectangles are placed side by side one square is supposed to be created. But here one more square will appear. The challenge is to select the right rectangles from the set provided. Play  |  Download
 Tessellated Tiles by Henry E. Dudeney Twenty tessellated square tiles each one consisting of four color cells. Your goal is just to select 16 of them and arrange the square in which every cell matches color to color. Play  |  Download
 Plus 2 Hexagons by Peter Grabarchuk Four contours of regular hexagons are already available. The goal is quite simple - rearrange them in some way so that two more regular hexagons would appear. What's the trick? Play  |  Download
 Squares 4 Four by Peter Grabarchuk A dozen of dots are scattered among the four pieces and your goal is to drive these dots into the corners of the four squares at once. Play  |  Download
 The Diamond Puzzle This old puzzle is known for years because of its famous advertising adaptation. Here it is given slightly redesigned, and with three extra challenges. Play  |  Download
 Three Hares by Serhiy Grabarchuk An old tricky puzzle transformed for the matching card version. The idea remains to distribute three ears between three hares to give every hare... two ears. Play  |  Download
 Four Cards after Professor Louis Hoffmann A three-in-one set of puzzles with four playing cards for each of them. The thing is to be able to hide as many pips of cards as required for every puzzle. Play  |  Download
 The Treasure at Medinet after Professor Louis Hoffmann 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. Play  |  Download
 Saddle the Horses after Sam Loyd Arrange the three cards so that each rider is in his correct riding position on top of each horse. Play  |  Download  |  More Millennium Puzzles

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