Saturday, December 29, 2007

Sudoku variants

Goto for these strange sudoku variants
There are samples and a 'how to solve' page

Friday, November 30, 2007


You have a grid of squares, some of which contain numbers, less-than (<) and greater-than (>) signs. Can you complete the grid such that every row and column contains every number

More Futoshiki you find on

Saturday, November 17, 2007


The goal of SquarO is to find the circles to fill in black. In each square, you have a number between 0 and 4 which corresponds to the number of circles around that square that must be filled.

SquarO can be found on

Friday, November 16, 2007


It's friday and that means new free puzzles on
Some of these free puzzles you only find on this website. For example Link-a-pix
Link-a-Pix puzzle clues are provided in the form of same-number pairs which are scattered inside a grid. The purpose is to find which same-number should be paired with which, and then to connect them in such a way that the number of squares the connecting path passes through is equal to the value of the corresponding numbers (including the end-squares containing the numbers

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Wednesday, November 7, 2007


Find the ships by using the clues on the side.

Sunday, November 4, 2007


The object of the Hexa-Trex puzzle is to find a
path through all the tiles to make a math equation.


A daily Hexa-trex can be found on

Sunday, October 28, 2007


If you think that slitherlinks are NEW puzzles, then you are wrong.
On you find puzzles from 1999 !!!

You have to draw lines between the dots to create a continuous loop.
The numbers tell you how many lines that square has.
You find an tutorial on
On you also find hitori from 1999

Saturday, October 27, 2007

sudoku --> clueless special

In a clueless special so see 10 sudoku's.
There are 9 'normal' sudoku's and all the blue
center squares make the 10th sudoku.
This blue one has no clues !!!
You find this sudoku only at

And at you find the Clueless Explosion

Monday, October 22, 2007

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Killer Sudoku

Killer sudoku's are an combination of sudoku's and kakuro's
The rules for regular sudoku aplly, with one additional rule:
The Sum of the cells in a cage must equal the total given for that
cage. Each digit in het cage must be unique

You find killersudokus on:

Friday, October 19, 2007

Maze-a-pix and Dot-a-pix

It's friday and that means more than 50 new free weekly puzzles on

9 sudoku's , 8 kakuro's,
8 battleships, 4 hitori,
4 slitherlinks, 4 hashi,
4 pic-a-pix, 4 link-a-pix,
4 fill-a-pix, 4 map-a-pix,
4 dot-a-pix.

Some of them you find ONLY on this website.
For example MAP-A-PIX and DOT-A-PIX.

As the player paints the path from the entry to the exit
of the maze, a “hidden” picture is exposed.

Connecting the dots reveals a beautiful detailed picture

Thursday, October 18, 2007


You have to find all of the hidden tents.
Each tent is attached to one tree
The numbers across the top and down the side tell you how
many tents are in the respective row or column
A tent can only be found horizontally or vertically
adjacent to a tree
Tents are never adjacent to each other, neither vertically,
horizontally, nor diagonally
A tree might be next to two tents, but is only connected to one.

You find free daily tents at

Does anyone know other websites with tents ??

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Tuesday, October 16, 2007


Hitori is played on a grid of squares. At the beginning, each cell contains a number. The goal is to paint out some cells so that there are no duplicate numbers in any row or column

Painted-out (black) cells cannot be connected, and the other (white) cells must be connected in a single group.

For free puzzles see the links to the right -->

Monday, October 15, 2007


Hashi / bridges is another new logic puzzle.

Hashi's full name is Hashiwokakero.
It means "Let's build bridges!" and that's exactly what you have to do. In Hashi, the world is made up of a number of 'islands', and your job is to link them together In Each island you see a number. This number tells you the number of bridges to that island. There can never be more than two bridges between two islands. Every island must be able to reach every other.
An tutorial can be found on

Everyday there is a new puzzle to play online.

Sunday, October 14, 2007


Almost everyone knows sudoku and kakuro.
But there are many other great logic puzzles.

Pic-a-Pix puzzles

In the Netherlands we call them 'Japanse Puzzels'.

Other names are Paint by Numbers, Nonogram, Griddlers, Pixel Puzzles, Tsunami,.....

Pic-a-Pix puzzles are based on a grid with a pixilated picture logically "hidden" in it.
Using logic, the solver determines which squares are filled in and which should remain empty until the hidden picture is completely exposed.

you find samples and an online tuturial

logic puzzles

Hi everyone,

This is my first message.
This blog is about logic puzzles:
sudoku, kakuro, battleship, hashi, hitori, slitherlink, pic-a-pix, link-a-pix, fill-a-pix , maze-a-pic
dot-a-pic and many more.
A have a lot of links to websites with these puzzles.
In the next few weeks I will tell you about these websites