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A puzzle that incorporates a visual component like pictures, diagrams, drawings, etc. Do not use this tag for puzzles that discuss geometric objects without displaying them.

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The revenge of 3D light bulbs

This is a three-dimensional Akari puzzle (also known as Light Up). The five squares represent the layers of a $5\times5\times5$ cube, top to bottom. The objective is to add light bulbs into any number ...
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A picture is worth a million memories!

What does the above picture refer to? Hint:
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Finger sequence – find the continuation

Pick the correct continuation for the sequence. Options: Hint:
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3D? No-no! 3 Sides

Introducing the Isometric Nonogram! α) "Boar"ing Definition [oink] Column: Blue Part + Green Cell Row: Yellow Part + Green Cell Adjacent/ Continuous cells: Purple Cell + any of the Orange ...
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🍩🔔🔥Scrambled emoji tale⚛️🎶🛒 #2️⃣

Note: If the emoji charactres of this question and its answers are borked, doubtful and what you can see are mostly boxes (like □ or �), I took a screenshot for you. Here is a story. It has 12 parts ...
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3D Nonogram - Spinoff of the Reboot

This puzzle is inspired by recent 3D nonogram puzzles by Jafe and Omega Krypton. Check those out if you want, but they are not required to understand this puzzle. This 3D nonogram has clues with two ...
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Nono-cube - Ultimate Puzzle Giant

Prologue - Instructions Shamelessly copied and pasted the following from @jafe's puzzle :P This is a three-dimensional nonogram. The first square gives the enumerations for the Z-axis, top to ...
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Four-dimensional light bulbs

In reaction to Three-dimensional light bulbs - rules are same (almost) This is a four-dimensional Akari puzzle (also known as Light Up). The nine squares represent the layers of a $3\times3\...
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Three-dimensional light bulbs

This is a three-dimensional Akari puzzle (also known as Light Up). The six squares represent the layers of a $6\times6\times6$ cube, top to bottom. The objective is to add light bulbs into any number ...
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What is my name? It's not “traveler”

The answer to this puzzle is my first name. What is it? If no progress is made after a week or so, I'll slowly give hints. It's not too hard of a puzzle, so long as you take everything into account. ...
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Solve the matrix #2

Can you solve this one? I'll give a second hint if needed. hint
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Who doesn't belong to this universe?

Can you find who doesn't belong to this universe ?
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The flying colours

Here's a $36\times36$ nonogram with two colours. Name all 12 things depicted in it. Note that cells filled with different colours do not need to have a gap between them.
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Defuse… It's going to blast!

You are an intelligent decoder. The FBI now needs your help to defuse a bomb. You move near it and find the following notes. You have a glance at the notes. You are now ready to decode and defuse.. ...
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3D nonogram – The one-thousander

This is a three-dimensional nonogram. The first ten squares depict the layers of a $10\times10\times10$ cube. The final square gives the enumerations for the Z-axis, top to bottom. Some rules: If a ...
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3D nonogram – What's in the box?

This is a three-dimensional nonogram. The first six squares depict the layers of a $6\times6\times6$ cube. The final square gives the enumerations for the Z-axis, top to bottom. Some rules: The grid ...
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3D nonogram – What's going on?

This is a three-dimensional nonogram. The first six squares depict the layers of a $6\times6\times6$ cube. The final square gives the enumerations for the Z-axis, top to bottom. Some rules: The grid ...
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Who can it be…?

Who can it be…? Can you solve the rebuses? Answer the following three questions: Where does he/she live? What is his/her name? What is his/her job? Hint 1: Hint 2: Hint 3: Hint 4:
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Time for some proverbs!

Can you find these proverbs? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
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Nono-Cube: Approach at Your Own Risk

Inspired by jafe's 3D nonograms :) Answer is one word. This puzzle is a part of Ooohh, it all makes sense now! :D
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Not Just Black and White

Answer for this puzzle is one word. Have fun! Highlighted parts are where I realised I have clued it wrong... Sorry for all this inconvenience! Hint: usefulness level 1 usefulness level 2 This ...
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Find the Odd-one-outs then Leave the Twins

so you can answer What are These?
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3D nonogram – Name the object

This is a 3D nonogram. The first five boxes represent the five layers of a $5\times5\times5$ cube, and the last box shows the enumerations for the Z-axis. (Note that 11 means two stretches of length ...
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3D nonogram, beginner's edition

Trying out the concept of 3D nonograms. This one should be pretty simple. Name the depicted object.
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Which of these men is her husband? [closed]

Which of these men is her husband? I found this puzzle in the Reddit but I don't have any idea about the answer: https://www.reddit.com/r/terriblefacebookmemes/comments/9cw99e/...
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What's my name and how did I construct my signature?

I recently changed my signature and have started rolling it out on forms. Here's the new one in a couple of versions so you can see the range of unimportant vs. important characteristics. What's my ...
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White and black, white and black?

Can you find what comes in place of $???$ Hint:
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First impressions count

Insert four letters, which represent a place, to create what may be seen in that place.   N E T   N E T
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6x7 Pokemon-based cipher

My friend made this cipher for me to solve and it has me stumped. Wondered if anyone else would want to take a crack at it. All it is is this image: Names of the pokemon in order are (assuming I ...
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A programming puzzle without code

The goal of this puzzle is to find a sequence of max 5 commands that will move the triangle through the maze and visit all colored squares. Three types of commands can be used: F0 makes the sequence ...
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What's the solution of this Raven's matrix? (2) [duplicate]

here's another matrix which I don't understand: What's the solution and why? Thanks!
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What's the solution of this Raven's matrix?

I'm practicing with Raven's Matrices but I don't understand this one. What's the solution and why? Thanks!
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Cross-Numbers (not words)!

Can you solve this Crossword (Cross-numbers) with numbers from the given pictures ? ACROSS DOWN
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Who am I ??? - 3.0

From the pictures below, can you find my name ? HINT 1 HINT 2
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There's a wealth of information here. Make the most of it!

The puzzle below contains a wealth of information. However, if you were to make a list, you will soon realize that there's something missing. You're task is to fill in all the blanks. Have fun, and ...
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A letter from Mr. Pirate, Mr. Roller, and Mr. Knight

Though I don't think it will help, you may check with the beginning of my story concerning Red Herring Puzzle Club. It seems like it's been a long time since I tried to enter the R.H.P.C. As you may ...
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A $3\times3$ ColorSaw

The pieces of this ColorSaw have been flipped, rotated and moved. Can you reassemble the puzzle so that each adjacent side has the same color/shape?
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Rebus with 20 song titles

Guess the 20 song titles depicted above.
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A $2\times2$ ColorSaw

The pieces of this ColorSaw have been flipped, rotated and moved. Can you reassemble the puzzle so that each adjacent side has the same color/shape? Please explain your logic!
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Steve misses _________?

Congrats! Weather Vane for finding the answer of :Steve asks his brother to book tickets $\bullet$Yesterday West Indies won by 7 wickets against Pakistan. Even though Steve belongs to England, he ...
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Steve asks his brother to book tickets

Congrats! $\Omega$ Krypton for finding the answer of :Where is Steve? Yesterday England won the first match of the ICC World Cup 2019 by 104 runs. Steve is extremely happy now. He asks his brother to ...
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Where is Steve?

Steve is a modern painter. He and his brother live in England. Today his brother found him missing. He searched everywhere, but couldn't find Steve. But in Steve's room, he found the below painting. ...
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Can you see through me? Then guess my name!

This is yet another guess-my-character puzzle. Here you are: My name relies on two things: The technique used to find the hidden text in the image. The meaning of the text inside the image. HINT 1 ...
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Thousands and thousands of words

This puzzle is part 25 of Gladys' journey across the globe. Each part can be solved independently. Nevertheless, if you are new to the series, feel free to start at the beginning: Introducing Gladys. ...
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Riley Rebuses that Share a Common Theme

Riley Rebus, started by Kevin L, is like a Riley Riddle but with images instead. Here are 5 Riley Riddles that share a common theme. Can you find out the words and the common theme?
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A sheet of graph paper and a code

IMPORTANT EDIT: If you looked at this before 00:30 UTC 26 May 2019, please reread - the puzzle has been changed Samantha sat down at the fifth computer in her university's computer lab, hoping to ...
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Find the names of these countries

From the pictures below, can you find the names of the corresponding countries? 1) 2) 3) 4) 5)
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Why is this Simple Puzzle impossible to solve?

Connect each red circle with each black circle by drawing a line and the lines should not touch. From each red circle, 3 lines must be drawn which connect red circles with black circles, but the lines ...
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Gladys goes shopping

This puzzle is part 22 of Gladys' journey across the globe. Each part can be solved independently. Nevertheless, if you are new to the series, feel free to start at the beginning: Introducing Gladys. ...
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Kara's bitmap picture

Kara recently received a puzzling bitmap image by email in the shape of a trapezoid. She didn't recognize the email address, and she doesn't know why she would be receiving such a picture. She ...