Questions tagged [logical-deduction]

A puzzle that requires formal logical deduction to arrive at the solution. This suggests more than merely reasoning through clues to find an answer (you might want [situation] for that).

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Decoding a mystery sequence of falling boulders

I'm trying to unravel the algorithm for an old 1980s game called Wanderer. The game is a simple grid: 16 cells high (all visible in the image) and 40 cells wide (though not all are depicted). In the ...
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How can I create written logic puzzles with multiple variables and the fewest number of clues?

When I refer to written logic puzzles, I mean those in which, for example, 5 men wearing 5 different colors of aprons are bringing 5 different pies from 5 different cities to 5 different booths in the ...
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What is the name of this hook-like puzzle?

I don't know the name of this puzzle but I'd like to be able to google it See the attached photo. (I've already search on G puzzle and Hook puzzle without any luck).
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Chess A Knight's Journey!

You'll need to know about: A game that has existed for over 1500 years A game that doesn't exist ♞ → I → II → III → ... Answer = Xxxxxxxxx
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Logical descriptions of logic puzzles

What notations are there to describe a logic puzzle format? Here, I'm talking about logic puzzles like Sudoku, Bridges, Kakuro, Tents; games with exact rules and an exact & finite number of ...
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What is the Name of this Toggling Puzzle?

I came across an interesting toggling puzzle while looking through a code repository on GitHub. I want to find out more about it and see if there is any info on how to solve it, how to ensure ...
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Grids with tiles of two colors and connectors

Make a square grid with an even side. Make a continuous trail which passes through all small squares; the trail ends where it started. Where there is an angle you can put a red or a blue tile. On ...
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4 Talking Clams, and treasure

After going to the depths of the ocean, you have finally reached it: the ultimate treasure of the world. However, when you go inside the sacred treasure room, you are presented with the Four Clams. ...
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Reverse Engineering Computer Formula

A computer uses an unknown formula to create a 4 digit Output using specific Input. Here are 3 examples: Input = 20066 : 020470 : 47 : 1 : 322267 Output = 0927 Input = 20066 : 020470 : 46 : 3 : 198684 ...
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A Logician's Game of UNO Flip

Two players are in the middle of an ongoing one-on-one game of UNO Flip, with all its standard rules in effect. Play is currently Light Side Up. It is Player B's turn. Player A has 3 cards remaining, ...