Puzzles

### Variable Boards

by Charles Tang | August 2021

Variables A, B, C, D appear on both the Ken Ken and Sudoku board. For example, if A = 6, then the boxes with A on the Ken Ken and Sudoku boards will have value 6.

Puzzles

### Tic Tac X

by Lewis Holland | August 2021

Consider the 3-by-3 board above. Each disk moves like a knight in chess, two squares one direction and then one square to a direction 90 degrees to the left or right.

Puzzles

### Moving Circles

by Lewis Holland | August 2021

Consider the 3-by-3 board below. Blue disks move like knights, two squares in one direction and one square in another direction 90 degrees to the right or left.

Puzzles

### Checker Board

by Lewis Holland | Feb 2021

This puzzle’s goal is to switch the positions of the stacks of disks in the 2 by 2 grid. It is related to the Towers of Hanoi problem, except there are two sets of disks that cannot share a square with disks of the other color and there is a 2 by 2 grid instead of 3 towers.

Puzzles

### Steps on the Coordinate Plane

by Jacob Kirmayer | June 2020

Find your way through the coordinate plane in this entanglement of fun. See if you are able to crack the pattern!