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Now a new number puzzle called Hidato is poised to steal Sudoku's spotlight. Puzzle Master Scott Kim, Discover magazine.
Beguiling number puzzles that offer a change of pace from Sudoku. . . . Amusing and engrossing. Kirkus Reviews.
Instead of the arithmetical deduction of Sudoku, Hidato . . ., is more of a workout for spatial reasoning skills; the trick is to figure out the right path through points on the grid from among all the possible pathways. Kirkus Reviews.
Hidato is a pure logic puzzle thats easy to learn but difficult to master, making it the perfect challenge! Like Sudoku, Hidato features the compelling combination of easy-to-follow rules and increasingly difficult puzzles. Each Hidato puzzle starts with a grid partially filled with numbers. To succeed, just finish filling the grid with consecutive numbers connecting horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. It sounds so simple. Why not give it a try, and see for yourself why Hidato is rapidly becoming the new brain teasing craze!
Challenging, exciting and fun, Hidato number sequence puzzles can be solved using 100 percent logic. Theres no math or guesswork required. All you need to reveal the secret solution is careful thought and lots of determination!
Each volume of the Hidato fun series presents 203 brand-new Hidato puzzles at five difficulty levels, giving hours and hours of fun and entertainment. And now, two bonus I dare you puzzles to wreck your mind. New volumes are made available on the first of each even month (Feb., April, June, Aug., Oct. and Dec.).
Hidato is featured worldwide in magazines, newspapers, books, online, mobile and more.
Because Hidato helps develop logic skills, the Davidson Institute of Science Education, the educational arm of the world-renowned Weizmann Institute of Science, recently granted Hidato puzzles to outstanding kids participating in their math and science online programs.