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Old 02-24-2014, 02:19 PM
BrightSky9 BrightSky9 is offline
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I encountered logic puzzles when I was quite young & they had no grids. I sometimes made lists with arrows connecting related items. Or boxes: one box was Mr. Brown's house & in it would go daisies, which he grew, and under it would go teacher, which he was not. An arrow would connect him to the box for Miss Green's house, his neighbor. I'd redraw with clean updates when it became too messy. I found these in a little games publication someone in my family brought in - about 55 years ago - but I didn't know where to find more. Another set of them came my way a few years later (still no grids); I forget how. Logic puzzles did not find me again until I found this site, just 3 years ago. Grids? Grids! Great.
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