Description : Gathers word games, puzzles, logic problems, and spatial problems, and includes tips and solutions for each puzzle
Description : What a bargain! At more than 700 puzzle-packed pages, this huge, value-priced collection should keep any solver happy...and busy for a very long time. It contains brain-busting challenges of almost every type: math logic problems for the numerically inclined; absolutely amazing lateral thinking conundrums; really great critical thinking bafflers; and mind-boggling word puzzles. Here's just a small sample of what's inside: The 22nd and 24th presidents of the United States had the same mother and the same father, but were not brothers. How could this be so? Stumped? That's because it's one man?Grover Cleveland?who was reelected after skipping a term. And that's just an easy warm-up!
Description : ♥You don't need to be a Math whiz to enjoy a great Sudoku Puzzle! sharpen your mind and have some fun with this great Collection of Sudokus ♥This book There are plenty of Puzzles for you to Enjoy, meant to take you to a journey of discovery and eventually mastery of this century's most addictive game. ♥Sudoku Puzzles are fun and engaging, while providing your brain with more than to enjoy this collection is sure to keep Puzzlers of all experience levels busy for hours on end. ♥Hours of fun and entertainment to enjoy for the Sudoku Puzzle Lover, this books makes a great gift for any occasion Good luck.
Description : Riddles, paradoxes, and conundrums have been confusing and confounding people since at least the time of the Ancient Greeks. The eponymous riddle, according to legend, was devised by Albert Einstein as a child. He claimed that only about 2% of the population would be able to work out the correct answer. There are no tricks and there is only one answer. It requires the cool application of logic to solve. And a lot of patience. Einstein's Riddlefeatures fifty of the toughest logic problems, lateral thinking puzzles, and tests of mental agility. By turns entertaining and infuriating, the puzzles challenge our preconceptions, tell us about how we reason, and provide a rigorous intellectual workout.
Description : The varied puzzles stimulate the readers brain and anyone with a slightly mathematical bent of mind will find the book fascinating. Even those who avoid mathematics may be attracted to the story format of these puzzles as they combine deductive ability with interest and enjoyment. The book is unique and will be of interest to candidates for competitive examinations. The puzzles are sure to appeal to readers of different levels of ability. This book is bound to find a wide readership amongst people of the English-speaking world.
Description : For the puzzle fanatic. A collection of challenges from throughout history, featuring some of the greatest ever puzzle masters . . . -------------------------- A Sumerian Riddle (circa 18th Century) There is a house. The blind enter it and then come out seeing. What is that house? -------------------------- A Charade I have wings, yet never fly - I have sails, yet never go - I cant keep still, if I try, Yet forever stand just so. -------------------------- From the riddles of the ancients to puzzles that perplex the greatest minds of today, The Penguin Book of Puzzles is a glorious compendium of conundrums from throughout history. These challenges will require all the reader's wits to solve, but range from the easy to the brain-bending and are suitable for novice and veteran puzzlers alike. There is something here to suit every taste, including crosswords, mathematical challenges, word games and logic conundrums, but also some intriguing types of puzzles that have been unearthed from centuries gone by. Timeless and entertaining, there are hours of fun waiting in this miscellany of puzzlement.
Description : Brainiacs on the prowl for challenging fun will find everything they're looking for in these cunning conundrums. Puzzle master Terry Stickels has created a mind-melting collection filled with hundreds of diverse and fiendishly tricky problems--including wordplay, math, analytic reasoning, logic, visual dilemmas, and code breaking. Figure out the next number in a series, find hidden phrases, and determine what a three-dimensional object would look like from two-dimensional drawings. Every puzzle provides a workout that strengthens mental muscles. And while these brainteasers do require concentration, they don't demand any special training or high-level math skills. A little practice, patience, and imagination are all it takes.
Description : Arukone ("Number Link") consists of a rectangular or square grid with numbers in some cells. The goal is to connect each pair of numbers with single continuous lines. The lines must neither cross nor touch each other. logic brain teasers with answers - puzzles and brain teasers - math brain teasers for adults - mind challenging games - mind twisters - math riddles and answers - puzzles and games for adults - brain challenge - good brain teasers - funny puzzles - brain puzzles with answers - puzzle and brain games - mental puzzles - fun brain games for adults - easy brain teasers - brain twister puzzle - riddles and brain teasers with answers - best brain teaser games - logic puzzles with answers - challenging puzzle games
Description : Solving puzzles are a fun way to stimulate your brain. The Big Brain Puzzle Book does just that, with over 150 Alzheimer's Association- approved puzzles from renowned brain teaser Terry Stickels. Stickels writes STICKELERS, a puzzle column, appearing in over 200 local and national newspapers daily. Here is a sampling of the types of mind bending, brain exercising puzzles inside: Frame Games Find an every day phrase hidden inside words or drawings of rebus puzzles. Spatial Visual Answer questions while looking at 3-dimensional objects on a 2 dimensional page. Squeezers Fill in the blanks with letters in the middle of two words creating two 2-syllable words. Word Search Find words within blocks of letters going horizontally, diagonally or vertically. Trivia Answer questions to seemingly obvious questions and learn something new in the process. Trickledowns In five steps, changing one letter at a time, come up with a whole new word. Readers will enjoy this great variety of puzzles from renowned puzzle creator Terry Stickels, while benefiting a great cause.
Description : Skyscrapers consists of a square grid. The goal is to fill in each cell with numbers from 1 to N, where N is the size of the puzzle's side. No number may appear twice in any row or column. The numbers along the edge of the puzzle indicate the number of buildings which you would see from that direction if there was a series of skyscrapers with heights equal the entries in that row or column. In Sum Skyscrapers the number outside the grid indicates the sum of heights of visible buildings. mind puzzles for adults - mind puzzle books for adults - mind teasers puzzles for adults - puzzles engage your mind - easy mind puzzles - mind puzzle games for adults - active minds jigsaw puzzles - brain puzzles for adults - brain puzzle books for adults - brain puzzle books - brain teaser puzzles - brain puzzle challenge - brain puzzle games - active minds puzzles