DescriptionUltimate Logic Puzzle Collection is, as the name suggests, a collection of single player, logic puzzles. All puzzles are mouse controlled and can be played in full screen or windowed mode.
This is the basic game and it is freeware. Each puzzle category consists of a fixed set of puzzles and many also have a set of puzzles which change on a weekly basis. There is no time limit to the puzzles but the game records the time taken to solve each one. When the player starts a new puzzle type they are shown instructions and a worked example. All puzzles are played on square grids ranging from 6x6 to 12x12 though not all games start at 6x6 and they don't all go as high as 12x12. The puzzles in this game are grouped as follows, the numbers in brackets e.g. (4/4) show the weekly games, the free games in the base game;
- 1. Enter Numbers puzzles:
The common theme here is that there are some numbers in the grids already and the player's task is to complete the grid by adding more numbers according to a set of rules.
There are one hundred and thirty-six puzzles spread across seven game groups, they are; Number Flow (4/20), Number Flow Plus (4/20), Ripple Effect (4/24), Makaro (4/16), Number Road (4/20), Descending (4/16), Sign In (4/20)
- 2. Paint Cells puzzles:
Two hundred and fifty puzzles where the common theme is a grid in which some cells are pre-populated with numbers, the player is given a set of rules which they use with the numbers to 'black out' areas of the grid.
There are fifteen puzzles in this group, they are; Find Squares (4/16), Crazy Pavement (4/20), Paint Area (4/16), Black Shot (4/16), Divided Rooms (4/20), Nondango (4/12), Number Cross (3/15), Water Fun (4/20), Island Country (4/16), Light and Shadow (4/16), Paint Maze (4/20), Canal View (4/20), One Liar (4/16), Paint Stripe (3/15), Stostone (4/12)
- 3. Connect Dots puzzles
Not to be confused with the picture making dot-to-dot puzzles this is a collection of one hundred and fourteen logic puzzles where the player has to connect dots within a grid according to a set of rules, generally without the lines crossing each other.
There are eight variations on the theme in this group, they are; Color Pairs (3/15), Milk Tea (3/15), Coffee Milk (3/15), Volleyball (4/16), Number Link (3/15), Homecoming (4/12), Turn Once (2/10), Rectslider (4/16)
- 3. Trace Path puzzles:
In this group of one hundred and fourteen puzzles the player has to draw a continuous loop according to a set of rules. In some puzzles this is as 'simple' as passing through all non coloured cells while others, for example, have numbered cells indicating how many of the adjacent cells must be part of the loop.
There are seven groups of puzzles of this type, they are; Pure Loop (4/20), Entry Exit (4/20), Linesweeper (4/20), Moon Sun Loop (4/16), Koburin (3/12), Country Road (4/16), Black White Loop (2/10)
- 4. Divide Regions puzzles:
As the name suggests in these puzzles, there are eighty-three of them, the player has to place boundaries around cells in the grid to define areas according to a set of rules. The simpler puzzles have numbers in some cells which define the number of cells within the area to be enclosed
The six puzzle groups are; Number Area (3/15), Meadows (3/15), Free Three (2/10), Territory (3/15), Mat Cover (3/12), Fillmat (4/16)
- 5. Place Objects puzzles:
This final category has one hundred and twelve puzzles. As the name suggests the player must complete a grid by adding to it. For example in triplets the grid is divided into three-cell areas into which the player must place shapes according to a set of rules. The game types here are; Triplets (4/12), Distant Vow (4/16), Moonlight 94/20), Gems and Stones (4/16), Roma (4/16), Yin Yang (4/16), Boxed (4/16))
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