Pyruko: The New Logic Puzzle That's Not for Squares

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Seven Footer Press, Apr 13, 2010 - Games - 160 pages
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Pyruko is a two-dimensional logic puzzle that can be transformed into a three-dimensional puzzle. The puzzle consists of 36 individual triangles that form four larger triangles. The directions are simple: fill in the grid so that each of the four triangles that make up the main triangle contains the numbers one through nine. Additionally, when the grid is folded into a pyramid (or "tetrahedron" for all the math-whiz types) each of the four axes must also contain the numbers one through nine. A thoroughly original variation on the popular puzzles that dominate the market, the power of Pyruko will delight and enthrall game lovers of all ages.
 

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Jack Lyons was born and raised in and around the suburbs of Philadelphia. As a child he had a passion for puzzles, mathematics, and art. For the past 20 years he's worked for various Fortune 100 companies including IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Kaiser-Permanente in various computer-related positions. After working in the corporate world, he has since returned to his childhood passions and brought all of his talents, skills, and life experiences together in developing the Pyruko puzzle. Currently, he resides in Wilmington, North Carolina, where he
works from home, and can occasionally be seen on the beach building
pyramids in the sand.

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