The Set Game – a daily puzzle is set in The New York Times. How many sets can you find? See **SET Puzzle Rules** to learn how to play. **App in iOS **and see** Set Game Apps**

Find the Factors – Iva Sallay

Try a **Find the Factors puzzle** from Iva Sallay.

Pu Wiang and other Transum puzzles

**Transum** have a great variety of puzzles to try. Can you complete **Pu Wiang in 20 moves** or less?

**Yohaku **is a puzzle that will test your number sense and problem-solving skills. Each Yohaku puzzle is either an additive or a multiplicative puzzle. You must fill in the empty cells such that they give the sum or product shown in each row and column as well as satisfying a rule if given.

**Code Breaker **from **Creativity Games.net**.

Can you crack the hidden code and place the correct colour marbles in the correct place?

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Paul Godding’s **7 puzzle blog** frequently offers new puzzles to try.

7 Puzzle Blog

Sitalakshmi Seshadrinathan’s ** Gymnasium for Brain** has an extensive collection of puzzles with clear solutions. You could try the **puzzle of the day**. Note all the other goodies on this site.

**Daily Sudoku**

**BrainBashers **

This site offers a large collection of puzzles and brain teasers**,** there is also a section on illusions.

**KenKen (See KenKen Tutorial) **

**Puzzles **from **Plus Magazine** (Millenium Maths Project – University of Cambridge)

Erich Friedman’s **Puzzle Collection** includes numerous **mathematics puzzles**.

**Simon Tatham’s Collection **A collection 0f puzzles – these can all be run online.

**Puzzletopia**

Large collection of puzzles to test your skills including logic and lateral thinking puzzles.

**Logic Puzzles from John Pratt **– there is a link to solutions at the foot of the page.

**Nick’s Puzzles** (Nick Hobson)

**Rubik Cube net puzzle (NRICH)**

**Building Blocks **Can you arrange the blocks to fit the shape in the fastest time possible? (5 levels)

**Maths Doodles **

This site offers a large collection of puzzles and brain teasers.

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