Most of the modern world is well aware of such popular printable puzzles as mazes, Japanese puzzles (also known as Japanese Crosswords, Nonograms or Paint by Numbers), Sudoku, Kakuro, Battleship and Hitori. Printable puzzles do not require specialized skills or knowledge and can be solved with the use of some paper and a pencil; with enough patience, even a child can solve them.
Scientists have proven that printable puzzles spur mental development but only when solving a number of different kinds of puzzles. In sight of this, we offer you new printable puzzles that are no less fun than those you already know.
How to print: Internet Explorer users can simply mouse over an image and click the print icon that will appear. Users of other browsers can either highlight the image and go to File->Print or copy and paste the image to their hard drive before printing.
Easy, medium and hard Printable Sudoku's with hints. 90 puzzles!
Draw a path through open squares
In this series of printable puzzles you need to draw a path through open squares while avoiding obstacles. Each
puzzle has a unique solution.
Original idea by Erich Friedman.