
CalcuDoku are math based puzzles coupled with
logic. Unlike other logic puzzles, CalcuDoku
uses addition,
subtraction,
multiplication and
division in ways which
are
deeper
and more
gratifying than
anyone
can
imagine.
CalcuDoku puzzles come in many sizes and range
from very easy to extremely difficult taking
anything from five
minutes to several hours
to
solve. However, make
one mistake and
you’ll
find yourself
stuck
later on as
you
get
closer to the
solution...
Following the footsteps of Sudoku, Kakuro and other
Number Logic puzzles, CalcuDoku is one more
family of easy to learn
addictive logic
puzzles
which were
invented in
Japan.
Using
logic
together with the
four
math operations,
these
fascinating
puzzles
offer
endless fun and
intellectual
entertainment to puzzle
fans of
all
skills
and
ages.
Sudoku are easy to learn yet highly
addictive languageindependent logic puzzles
which have recently
taken the whole world by
storm. Using pure logic and requiring no
math
to
solve,
these
fascinating
puzzles
offer endless
fun
and
intellectual
entertainment to puzzle
fans of
all skills and
ages.
Sudoku
is
a
number
placing
puzzle
based on
a 9x9
grid with
several
given
numbers.
The object is
to place
the
numbers 1 to 9
in the
empty
squares so
that
each
row, each
column
and
each 3x3
box
contains the same
number
only
once.
Conceptis Hitori puzzles come in many
sizes and range from very easy to extremely
difficult taking
anything from five
minutes
to
several
hours to
solve.
However,
make
one
mistake and
you’ll find
yourself
stuck later
on
as you
get
closer to the
solution…
If you
like Sudoku and
Kakuro, you will
love
Conceptis
Hitori as
well!
Hitori
is an easy to learn addictive logic puzzle
which was invented by
Nikoli Puzzles in Japan.
Using pure logic and requiring no math
to
solve, these
fascinating
puzzles
offer endless
fun
and intellectual
entertainment to
puzzle
fans
of all skills and
ages.
Hitori
:
Shade
squares
so
that
the
numbers
don't appear
in
a row or column more
than
once. Shade
squares must
not
touch
each other
vertically
or
horizontally
while
all
unshaded
squares
must create a single
continuous
area.
Conceptis
PicaPix are exciting,
languageindependent logic puzzles
that form
whimsical
pixelcomposed pictures when solved.
Challenging
and
deductive, yet easy to learn
and
artistic,
Conceptis
PicaPix
offer the
ultimate
mix
of
logic,
art,
and
fun, while
providing
solvers
with
many
hours of
mentally
stimulating
entertainment.
PicaPix
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.
PicaPix puzzle
clues
are
provided in
the form
of
numbers
which are
located
outside the
grid.
These numbers are
organized on the
left
side of each
row and
at
the top of
each
column.
Each
number represents a filledin
block
in its respective
row or column, with
the
value and the color
of
the
number being
equal
to
the length and
the
color of the block.
In
addition, the
sequence
of the
filledin blocks
must
follow the
sequence
of the numbers
and
there
must
be a
space
between
two
filledin
blocks
if
they
are
of
the same color.
Kakuro are easy to learn
yet highly addictive languageindependent
logic puzzles now
following the
footsteps
of
the
worldwide Sudoku
success. Requiring
just
pure logic and
simple
add/subtract
calculations, these
numericalcrossword
puzzles will carry you
into a fascinating
world
of number
combinations
you
never
imagined could
exist.
Kakuro
puzzles come in endless
variations, available
in
almost any grid
size
and
range
from
very
easy
to extremely
difficult,
taking
anything
from ten
minutes
to
several
hours
to
solve. Make one
mistake and
you’ll
find
yourself
stuck
later
on as
you
get
closer to
the solution…
If you
like Sudoku,
you will
love
Conceptis
Kakuro
as
well!
Hashi is an easy
to
learn
addictive
logic
puzzle
which
was
invented by
Nikoli
Puzzles
in Japan. Using
pure
logic
and
requiring
no
math
to solve,
these
fascinating
puzzles
offer
endless
fun and
intellectual
entertainment
to
puzzle
fans of
all
skills and
ages.
Hashi
is a
bridgeconnecting
puzzle. Unlike Sudoku,
Kakuro, Hitori and
Slitherlink, Hashi
puzzles
are solved by
connecting islands with
bridges
according
to the
rules so that
there is a continuous path
between
all
islands.
Hashi : Each
circle
represents an
island and the number in
each
island tells many
bridges are
connected to
it.
Conceptis
MazeaPix are exciting maze puzzles
that form whimsical
pixelcomposed B&W
or
color pictures when
solved. As the player
paints the path
from the
entry to
the
exit of
the
maze, a
"hidden"
picture is
exposed.
Discovering
a beautiful
picture
makes the
traditional
maze
concept
more
rewarding and
fun
to
play.
Conceptis
MazeaPix
puzzles
offer
a
wonderful
mix of
logic,
art, and fun,
while
providing solvers
with
many
hours of
mentally
stimulating
entertainment.
MazeaPix
puzzles
are
solved
in
the same
manner as
traditional
mazes by
finding
the true
path
going
from the
entrance
to the
exit of
the
maze.
However, in
MazeaPix, the true
path is
based on a
pixilated picture which
becomes
visible
when the
puzzle is
completed.
Conceptis
Slitherlink
puzzles come in many sizes
and range from very
easy
to
extremely
difficult
taking
anything
from
five
minutes to
several
hours to solve.
However,
make one
mistake
and you’ll find
yourself
stuck
later
on as
you get
closer to
the
solution… If
you
like
Sudoku, Kakuro
and
Hitori, you will love
Conceptis Slitherlink as
well!
Slitherlink is an
easy
to
learn addictive
logic
puzzle which was invented by
Nikoli Puzzles
in
Japan.
Using pure
logic and requiring no
math
to solve,
these
fascinating
puzzles
offer
endless
fun and
intellectual
entertainment
to
puzzle
fans of all
skills and
ages.
Slitherlink :
Connect adjacent dots with vertical or
horizontal lines. Each number
indicates how
many lines
surround
it. 
