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Igridd: Puzzles of Logic Paperback – May 5 2010


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Griddlers.net a is community website dedicated to logic puzzle games.

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
iDisappointed in iGridd April 23 2012
By C. Mckelvey - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been doing this style of puzzle for years, so it is harder and harder to find some I have not done, or that are challenging. I was excited to see some new books recently, but was disappointed after receiving and doing many of the puzzles in this book. Here are my problems with it:
1. I did not realize it was just a compilation of submitted "art" and I use that term loosely. Many pictures are unrecognizable even when turning to the back to see the answer. There should have been a name for the picture under the answer in the back.
2. This book has at least 20 5x5 puzzles, over 50% are unrecognizable as anything.
3. When you get to the slightly larger pictures (15x20), there are so many that are nearly symmetrical - which is extremely boring to complete - no challenge.
4. The top and bottom edge of every page is an ad for the Griddler website - overdone and very distracting.
5. Because it is a bound book, not spiral bound, it is hard to work some of the areas if your hand is resting on the center binding.
6. I will give it high points for paper quality.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Must Have for Logic Thinkers, just maybe not this one May 23 2013
By Tricia Ghent - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband loves doing puzzles and these were great to take to work. The issue I have with these books is that the puzzles are on the pages front to back (which I know, saves trees) but it makes it difficult to do all the puzzles because the pencil rubs off onto the other pages.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A Great Puzzle Book! April 28 2012
By Ladybug - Published on Amazon.com
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I am truly enjoying this book! I've done every one if the other books from O'Ekaki to Conceptis. This book is like all the other good ones...excellent paper quality, some really pretty pictures, a few completely unrecognizable, a few that there were sticking points I couldn't get past, but overall just plain fun! If only all the publishers could figure out that we want spiral bound!
A Good Range of Difficulties Nov. 26 2013
By Vincent Frey - Published on Amazon.com
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I always like finding a new type of puzzle and this is the first of this type that I've tried. This book had a good learning curve in my opinion. This book has taken me from knowing only the basics about the puzzle to being confident in solving these to overconfident in solving these and then back to humbling me with difficult puzzles again.
These puzzles are AWESOME! Oct. 1 2011
By Carrie Elwell - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I love these puzzles! The website (griddlers.net) is wonderfully addictive, and the hard copy "books" are downloadable, and make for great travel puzzles (when you can't get to the internet, or just want to push a pencil!). I love it!

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