Questions tagged [logic-grid]

Logic grid puzzles, first produced by Lewis Carroll, are puzzles in which correspondences must be drawn between multiple ways of describing the same list of objects, using a given set of clues about these correspondences. Such puzzles can be solved using a grid, but for pre-existing grids whose elements must be filled using logic, use the [grid-deduction] tag instead.

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Looking for a logic game 5 people 5 cities

I am looking for a logic game where there are 5 people and 5 cities. They have to travel around the 5 cities but in each city there can only be one person. They move around but they can never be in ...
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The Grand Grid II

Have a look at the first Grand Grid to get an idea of the basic concept Each Grand Grid involves you discovering clues that allow you to solve a logic grid puzzle. The second in this series will be ...
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The Bad Clue Puzzle

The Jumbled Story Johnny might have had a couple beers when putting this one together. What he intended was a logic puzzle of friends, their favorite classic computer system, and how they used to ...