The rules of Hidato are, as with Sudoku, fairly simple. The goal of Hidato is to fill a certain grid with numbers. These numbers have to connect horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. The highest and smallest numbers are clearly stated and depending on the difficulty level, some numbers are already printed on the grid. Hidato grids can come in many forms and shapes. We have created loads of puzzles based on the Hidato principle.

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The Basic Rules of Hidato 1. Fill in the missing numbers in the grids The grids are divided into cells that are either filled in by a number or empty. The start number 1 and the end number of the Number Snake puzzle are printed. This end number can be 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, , or , depending on the grid size a grid of 10 by 10 contains cells. The objective is to fill in the missing numbers. Connect numbers in a continuous loop or path All numbers in the grid need to connect.

The 1 must connect to the 2, the 99 to the The loop or path of numbers must be continuous and form a single chain of numbers. Number snake puzzles are based on logic and not on mathematics and will boost your logic brain power when you solve them. Start and End numbers are printed in circles In each grid the start and finish numbers end numbers are printed in circles. The end number depends on the grid size: a 5 by 5 grid has an end number of 25, while a 12 by 12 grid has an 12 x 12 end number of Not that this would be difficult, but anyway.

Numbers must connect horizontally, vertically or diagonally The numbers in the grid must connect either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Unlike the Numbricks puzzles you are allowed to connect numbers diagonally as shown in the example on the left. This does not mean that Number Snake puzzles are easier than Numbricks puzzles, but that it does add an extra dimension to the logic puzzle.

If you would like to print out our Numbrick puzzles, click here. Each puzzle has only 1 solution Each puzzle should have only 1 unique solution. Do you find any more possible number chains, please contact us. Why do you offer printable Hidato-like puzzles and not online versions? There are already some great online versions of the Hidato game, with Hidato. We focus on the printable version of this great number and logic puzzle, but we do invite application wiz kids to make an online versions our Nikoli puzzles.

Why do Number Hidato puzzles stimulate our brain functions? Actively solving problems requires our brains to go full throttle and use brain power. Keeping your brains healthy and fit leads to stronger brain functions. Solving puzzles, reading books and mastering new concepts stimulate our minds and souls. Hidato-like Puzzles increase your spatial intelligence Hidato or Number Hidato puzzles are number puzzles, but do not require specific math skills. They are more based on your spatial intelligence, your ability to see spatial, visual patterns.

Connecting numbers according a certain logic rules does enhance your spatial abilities and can benefit you greatly in many aspects of life reading maps for one. Reducing age-related decline in brain functions. Keeping your brain active by solving problems and finding solutions to problems can reduce the effects of aging on our brain functions.

Puzzles like printable Hidato, Numbrix, Sudoku literally keep our brains young. Stimulate brain cell synapses The more we think, problems we solve and keeping our brains active, the more brain cell connections we make. Actively finding solutions to Number Hidato or other logic puzzles make our minds and brains spinning and growing. Online resources of Hidato logic puzzles A good resource of the Hidato puzzle is Hidato.


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