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1. ## Futoshiki Puzzle Game

Futoshiki is a logic puzzle game using numbers but with a unique twist. The objective of this game is to place numbers in the white squares so that each row and column contain each of the digits only once. No duplicate digits are allowed in any row or column. Also, you will only use digits based on the size of the grid. So for example, if you are playing a 5 x 5 grid, only digits 1 through 5 will be used. For a 8 x 8 grid, only 1 through 8 is used. In addition, inequality constraints must be met as the grid is being filled out. So for example, if two adjacent squares have a greater
2. ## solved Vertices Position on cube

Hi !, I'm looking at how vertices work so that I can work with and transform my mesh later. For that I started with a simple box to find the order and give a number on the vertices group. Can someone explain to me why numbers 3 and 7 are in the same place? https://playground.babylonjs.com/#3CZLNK Thank you !
3. ## [Phaser] Matchsticks: Endless Digit Hunter - tons of procedural generated matchstick math puzzles

The link http://www.askforgametask.com/mobile/games/matchsticks/ Description Matchsticks: Endless Digit Hunter is an HTML5 one-button matchstick (aka toothpick) puzzle/logic game in which your goal is to rearrange all given math equations and make them true by moving just one match. The game can be played on 4 different levels of difficulty: Normal - the equations contain numbers from 0 to 9. Medium - the equations contain numbers from 0 to 19. Hard - the equations contain numbers from 0 to 49. Insane - the equations contain numbers from 0 to 99. On each l