New 6x6 Futoshiki puzzle #1 Very difficult (Futoshiki, Hutosiki, Hutoshiki) play online for free. The Futoshiki section contains many fantastic puzzles ( Futoshiki, Unequal, Inequality ) for you. Futoshiki's puzzles are on a standard 6x6 grid size (also available in 5x5 and 7x7), which is ideal for

New 6x6 Futoshiki puzzle #1 Hard (another name: Futoshiki, Hutosiki, Hutoshiki ) play online for free. In each row and column of the puzzle Futoshiki each number from 1 to N must be entered exactly once (N is the number of rows and columns). Some of the fields are preceded by a relationship

New puzzles Nanbaboru 6x6 #2 Light (distorted by the Japanese pronunciation of the English name " Number Ball ") - a logical puzzle of a square shape, invented by Naoki Inaba (Japan). It is necessary to arrange numbers from a given range in some cells of the grid so that in each row and in each

Rules for solving online puzzle Futoshiki 6x6 #1 Medium (Hutosiki, Hutoshiki): FUTOSHIKI puzzles are built on square grids, usually 5x5 or 6x6 cells (although puzzles can be made in sizes from 4x4 to 8x8). To solve them, you must place the numbers in the puzzle cells so that each row and column

New puzzle online Futoshiki 6x6 #1 Light ( Futoshiki from Japanese, literally "not equal" , also known like Hutoshiki , Unequal ) is a logic puzzle. The puzzle is played on a square grid like 6x6. The goal is to fit the numbers 1 through 6 (or any sizes)

Number Bal 6x6 1 Light (distorted by the Japanese pronunciation of the English name "Nanbaboru") - a logical puzzle of a square shape, invented by Naoki Inaba (Japan). It is necessary to arrange numbers from a given range in some cells of the grid so that in each row and in each column each number

Number puzzles online Bricks 6x6 #2 Hard (another name is Bricks, Brick Sudoku). This puzzle option has additional conditions: In the cells of each “brick” one digit is even, the other is odd. Two halves of the “brick” located at the edge of the puzzle form one “brick”.

Hashiwokakero 6x6 #5 Medium (other names are Hashi, Bridges, Chopsticks, Ai-Ki-Ai). This puzzle is a rectangular grid without a standard size 6x6. In some cells there are circles with numbers from 1 to 8 inclusive, these are “islands”. The remaining cells are empty. The bridge is a straight line