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Welcome to the PuzzleUp; a problem and games site where each week a different problem is put accross for you to think on and try to solve.

The fundamental aim of this site is to support and raise persons of the information age who have highly developed capabilities of thinking, perceiving and problem solving and who are able to interpret different cultures and contribute to contemporary civilisation.

To keep us on track and give us direction we look forward to hearing your criticisms and suggestions.

Hoping that wisdom, peace and love will master the future of the world we live in.

Emrehan Halici




Dear Contenders,

Puzzleup 2013 ended, and the results are available. Let us congratulate these "Top 10" outstanding competitors.

Final Scoreboard of 2013

Thanks go to all who have volunteered their time and energy to make this competition happen in 2013.

 

1.UNITED STATES Joseph Devincentis2437
1.TURKEY Emre Kolotoglu2437
3.FRANCE Bulot Francois2432
4.FRANCE Romon Christian2431
5.FRANCE Pierre Forest2427
5.UNITED STATES Clive Dawson2427
7.TURKEY Yılmaz Ekici2422
8.NEW ZEALAND James Mcgowan2412
9.GERMANY Gabi Penn-karras2391
10.FRANCE Daniel Collignon2340
[ Score Table ]
1. Order Of The Cards 86.4
2. Digits 78.1
3. Plastic Digits 75.0
4. Points On A Sphere 75.0
5. Twelve Cards 75.0
6. Balls And Boxes 75.0
7. Two Pawns 75.0
8. Eight Balls 70.2
9. Picked Number 70.0
10. Nonstandard Die 66.7
[ All Puzzles ]
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   [Twelve Cards]

Dear PuzzleUp Contenders,

To clarify the meaning, the question text and the title have been changed.

Please take notice and submit your answers accordingly.

We wish a pleasant competition to all.

Regards,
PuzzleUp Team

PUZZLEUP - December 05, 2013 - 09:15
   [Three Prime Numbers]

Dear PuzzleUp Contenders,

To clarify the meaning, "different" was added to the text.

Please take notice and submit your answers accordingly.

We wish a pleasant competition to all.

Regards,
PuzzleUp Team

PUZZLEUP - November 21, 2013 - 09:19
   [Eight Boxes]

Dear PuzzleUp Contenders,

To clarify the meaning, the question text has changed.

Old: "You have a balance scale with two pans on which you can compare the weight of two groups each having 4 boxes."

New: "You have a balance scale with two pans on which you can compare the weight of two groups each having exactly 4 boxes."

Please take notice and submit your answers accordingly.

We wish a pleasant competition to all.

Regards,
PuzzleUp Team

PUZZLEUP - September 19, 2013 - 10:10
   [Eight Balls]

A very nice enjoyable puzzle.

Denis - July 28, 2013 - 12:59
   [Eight Balls] Good one

Wasted a lot of time on various combinations!

kvkrishnaprasad - July 26, 2013 - 09:54
   [Eight Balls]

Dear PuzzleUp Contenders,

To clarify the meaning, the question text has changed.

Old: "You have a balance scale with two pans on which you can weigh any number of balls."

New: "You have a balance scale with two pans on which you can compare the weight of any number of balls."

Please take notice and submit your answers accordingly.

We wish a pleasant competition to all.

Regards,
PuzzleUp Team

PUZZLEUP - July 25, 2013 - 09:28
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