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Puzzle While You Wait

This brilliant book of 100 mixed puzzles in a handy pocket size is perfect for on-the-go! Packed with tons of fun puzzles to occupy those tedious waiting room moments, this book is perfect for when you're caught out waiting around. This book comes complete with puzzle solutions and even features handy note pages and To-Do lists!

Featuring the famous classics such as Sudoku and word ladders and some exciting new brain twisters such as Kakuro and Jigsaw sudoku, there's the perfect mix of old and new for all ages. The book is printed in a very handy 5x8 inch size so is great for keeping with you at all times on the go. When you're caught out waiting for those time-consuming moments to pass, this is the perfect solution!

If you would like to try a few of the puzzles before buying this book, please click the link below:

Puzzle While You Wait SAMPLE

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Are you a fan of sudoku? Perfect! This book features a great range of mixed puzzles, including plenty of sudokus to keep you busy for hours. Here's a few tips and rules for Sudoku so that you get clued up before tackling puzzles in this book!

- Remember the basic rules: if only one number is a candidate for a square, it can be written in

- If there is only one square in a region that a number can be placed, it must be placed there, regardless of how many numbers left you have as candidates for that square

- Look at squares that are shared by more than one region: if those squares must contain a number then they can be removed from all the other squares in the two regions that share them (this is known as region intersection)

- Look at sets of squares that must contain numbers: for instance if three squares in a region have as candidates 15,125,25 then the numbers 1, 2 and 5 can be removed as candidates from all other squares in the region because you know that these three squares must contain the 1, 2, and 5 in some combination or other.

Using these rules you will be able to solve the puzzles in this enjoyable collection - of course there are other rules you can use too, but you won't need more than these to solve the sudoku puzzles in this collection.

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How to Solve Futoshiki Puzzles

In our new series of videos, you can learn about new puzzle types and take part in quizzes. Why not have a watch?

In this video we look at the rules of futoshiki and how they work. We examine the greater than and less than signs that are the key addition to standard sudoku rules. Take a look if you're tempted to have a go at this puzzle type...

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