vr
16
10
15

Friday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

1163 Magnets 10×10 HvR 16-10-15
Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
vr
09
10
15

Friday puzzles: paint by frame (new)

Puzzle 1

1149 Paint by frame 10×10 BDL puzzle 01 3* 09-10-15

Paint some cells black. Numbers on the outside indicate the amount of cells that are framed by the other colour in that row or column. Framed cells do not need to be consecutive.

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
wo
07
10
15

Wednesday puzzles: magic snail (new)

Puzzle 1

1145 Magic snail 8×8 BDL puzzle 02 3* 07-10-15

Place the digits 1-4 once in every row and column. When you travel from the opening to the centre of the spiral, you will encounter the digits 1-4 in order. (1-2-3-4-1-2-…..-3-4).

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
zo
04
10
15

Sunday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

1139 Magnets 10×09 Hns 04-10-15
Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
vr
02
10
15

Friday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

1135 Magnets10x10 RS 02-10-15
Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
vr
12
06
15

Friday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

0911 Magnets 10×10 RS 12-06-15
Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
di
27
01
15

Tuesday puzzles: magnets

 
Puzzle 1
 
0639 Magnets 10×10 RS 27-01-15

Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

 

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
za
29
11
14

Saturday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

0521 Magnets 10×10 rs 29-11-14

Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

 

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
vr
26
09
14

Friday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

0393 Magnets 10×10 RS 26-09-14

Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

 

Puzzle 2

Members only
 
ma
15
09
14

Monday puzzles: magnets

Puzzle 1

0371 Magnets 10×10 rs 15-09-14

Place magnets into some of the regions so that each magnet has a positive and a negative pole. Cells containing magnet halves of the same polarity cannot share an edge. Numbers outside the grid indicate the number of positive and negative poles in the rows and columns.

 

Puzzle 2

Members only
 

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