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A bumper collection of easy, medium and difficult Su Doku puzzles to test your mental dexterity, powers of logic and deduction. 100 easy, 100 medium and 100 hard puzzles. Solutions easily found at the back of the book. Keep your mind sharp and test your powers of deductive reasoning. Ideal for whiling away those long commutes, travelling on holiday or relaxing at home.
200 quickfire Su Doku challenges, increasing in difficulty as you progress, designed to get the brain cells working. These mini puzzles are the ultimate short, sharp number-crunching workout. A compact puzzle gift book for everyone who enjoys a Su Doku challenge but doesn't have too much time to spare. Smaller grid sizes: 4x4 and 6x6. 3 levels of Su Doku are included with the solutions at the back of the book. Ideal for solving on your daily commute, on holiday or relaxing at home.
500 number and logic puzzles to test your mental agility with this collection from the MindGames section of The Times, featuring seven different types of puzzle challenge. The perfect gift for all number and logic puzzle enthusiasts, with more than 500 assorted number and logic puzzles, this collection contains these favourites: * Brain Trainer - 72 mental maths challenges * Cell Blocks - 96 Japanese logic puzzles * Futoshiki - use the numbers 1-5 to fill in the 72 grids * Kakuro - 64 mathematical crossword puzzles * KenKen - 72 arithmetical logic puzzles * Set Square - 72 mental arithmetic grids * Suko - 96 espresso Su Doku puzzles
The Escape Book 2 is filled with challenges, puzzles, and enigmas that you must solve to thwart the sinister Wanstein Club. Based on the global phenomenon of Escape Rooms, this book puts your ingenuity, wit and perseverance to the test. Investigative journalist Candela Fuertes is at rock bottom: her fight against Castian Warnes, the head of the powerful and sinister Wanstein Club, has undermined her credibility as a journalist, and meanwhile she suspects Warnes is behind the car accident that put her boss in hospital. Corroded by the thirst for revenge, she decides to turn to the only people who can help her in a cause that seems already lost: the Orwellians, a group of hackers hell bent on revealing the secrets of the rich and famous. In order to get to the Orwellians, you and Candela must follow their trail all over London. The chapters of the book are jumbled up, and to know where to continue reading, you must solve the puzzles, optical illusions, conundrums and anagrams that you find. Each time you solve a puzzle, the number you arrive at will indicate the page from which you can continue the story. Will you get to the Orwellians before the Wanstein Club get to you? The clock is ticking...
For anyone who loves the challenge of Su Doku but manages to solve them within minutes, you can now enjoy the extended mental workout and ultimate endurance test of a five grid interlinked system. This is Su Doku multiplied: every column, row and 3x3 box must contain the digits 1 to 9. Where the puzzles overlap, the rows and columns do not go beyond their usual 9x9 length but the interlocking boxes give you more clues - and more complexity. With another 100 new Samurai puzzles to vex you for hours, lose yourself in the four levels of this book: 10 Easy 40 Mild 40 Difficult 10 Super difficult Even the speediest of Su Doku solvers will be agonising over these ultra-complex, extended brainteasers. These are the most difficult Su Doku puzzles in The Times range.
A mental workout to rival Su Doku! Dozens of compelling and addictive maths puzzles to challenge your mental arithmetic and powers of deductive reasoning. For all number puzzles addicts. Varying levels of difficulty. Tetonor rules: each number in the main grid can be formed by adding or multiplying a pair of numbers in the strip below the grid. Each pair of numbers should be used twice: once as part of an addition and once as part of a multiplication. For example, a 10 and 24 in the main grid may be solved by the sums, 4 + 6 and 4 x 6, respectively. Enter each sum in the boxes below its answer. Any blanks in the strip must be deduced, bearing in mind the numbers are listed in ascending order. Ideal for relaxing at home, on holiday or on the daily commute. Use your mental agility, logic and powers of deduction to tackle this collection of brainteasing puzzles from The Sunday Times. 60 easy, 80 medium and 60 difficult puzzles included.
Bromleigh House, a global leader in puzzle magazines are proud to announce the launch of a new high quality puzzle book - Devilishly Difficult Sudoku, featuring 500 fiendish sudoku puzzles. In the world of sudoku there are numerous books full of regular sudoku puzzles, however for the serious sudoku freak there is only one book that will satiate the desire for the ultimate sudoku challenge - Devilishly difficult Sudoku is that book! Featuring the most difficult sudoku puzzles you will ever encounter these exclusive handmade puzzles still rely on pure sudoku logic. There is no guesswork to find the elusive missing answers, the rules of sudoku apply to every empty cell.