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It couldn't be simpler!
Just nine pieces...yet so tantalisingly frustrating!
Simply place the 9 tiles in a 3 x 3 square to correctly create 12 ladies on the inside of the grid. Be sure to check that you have properly matched the top and bottom in the correct colour for each completed lady.
Sides facing the outside of the grid do not matter.
Challenge: Can you solve in 25 minutes?
Part 7 of the Classic Series of single-player mind puzzles.
This game has been driving me totally crazy (Read: I still haven't solved it even though I've tried several times). There is obviously something I'm missing but then that's the joy of these games, trying to work out what the correct answer is. (That doesn't mean that I'm not miffed that a friend came round and solved it in under 10 minutes).
I actually like that I haven't solved it yet because it means that it's challenging enough to keep me entertained but not so hard that I want to just give up. I also find that this is a great one just to leave out so I can go away and come back to it. Mental note though, don't leave it within toddler reach.
The only downside that I can see is that once it's done it will probably be hard to forget how to do it so it's probably hasn't got great re-playability (yeah that's a word now!) but at least it is great fun while it lasts, and I think the price makes it very reasonable.
Thumbs up from me.
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