Hour Maze

  • Use numbers from a clock (1 to 12).
  • A number's "neighbor" (above, below, left or right, except if separated by a maze wall) must be one of the two numbers nearest on a clock face.

Instructions

  • Numbers must run in sequence. A number's "neighbor" (any square above or below, to left or to right, not separated by a maze wall) must be one of the two numbers nearest on a clock face.
  • For instance, 6 can be next to 7 or 5. The number 12 next to 11 or 1, and 1 can only have 12 or 2 next to it.
  • You must use full sets of 1 - 12 but a set does not have to be all in sequence.
  • So you might have 1,2,3,4 in one place and 5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 somewhere else.
A bigger maze has more sets:
• 6X6=(36) has 3 sets.
• 6X8=(48) has 4 sets.

Connect 4 Dots

  • Use mouse to navigate between columns and dropping disks.
  • Connect four of "Your Red Disks" in a row(horizontally, vertically or diagonally) while preventing "Olympiad Success's Blue Disk" from doing the same.
Select difficulty level

Instructions

  • You have to drop disks on the board by hovering your mouse over the column you want to drop your disk in.
  • You have to connect 4 disks in a row(horizontally, vertically or diagonally) to win.
  • You have to prevent Olympiad Success's disks by placing a disk in between them.

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