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Some pen and paper puzzles in here:
Lloyd's Puzzles, Part I -
Part II -
Some puzzles you can solve with a pen and pencil. Get ready and bring some pretzels along!
Puzzles submitted by Lloyd King at Aha Puzzles
An article for Game Programmers:
Making of X-plosive Jigsaw Puzzles, Part I -
Part II -
Advice for Game Programmers from the Creator of X-plosive Jigsaw Puzzles. Do's and Dont's.
Article by Traian Trante, owner of Crea-Soft.com
The Benefits of Logic Puzzles:
Benefits of Logic Puzzles
Logic puzzles and their effect on kids. Benefits of this kind of games.
Article by Patrick W. Kintz from of Consumers Insight.com
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