Hashi: The Bridges Puzzle
Walker, 2007 (2007)
Reviewed by Hilary Williamson
've long been addicted to
, and also tried and enjoyed
. Now I've discovered
, Japanese for
), which I find just as challenging and lots of fun!
t's all about connection, building bridges vertically and horizontally between nodes - never more than two, never crossing one another, and always building the number of bridges indicated from each node. Each puzzle has only one solution and the book's 202 mindbogglers range from
. Fortunately, the author includes tips at the beginning on how to get going. And all the solutions are given at the back of the book.
he front cover calls them '
fiendishly addictive LOGIC PUZZLES, easy to pick up and almost impossible to put down
'. I warn you that - if you enjoy this sort of mindbender - these words are only too true. Pick up
, but be prepared to be busy for a while.
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