So You Think You're Smart: 150 Fun and Challenging Brain Teasers

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International Puzzle Feature, Feb 1, 2002 - Games - 76 pages
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So You Think You're Smart is a delightful book of brain games that the entire family can enjoy. All games are concise, uncomplicated and, most of all, a lot of fun. They are about ordinary words and things that everybody knows about so only common knowledge and a bit of resourcefulness are needed to solve them. The games are only one of the fun features. All answers are encrypted! Each is given on the same page as the game, but is printed upside-down and backward - as in a mirror image. To ensure that they cannot be accidentally read, the answers are further obscured by using italics and a reduced size type. A mirror is needed to reveal the answers. So You Think You're Smart has proven popularity. It is now in its 19th printing.

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Pat Battaglia is an expert in devising clever puzzles with surprising answers. His books of word games, Are You Smart, or What?, So You Think You¿re Smart and If You¿re So Smart, Prove It! have challenged and entertained thousands of readers nationwide. He is also the author of the If You¿re So Smart... newspaper puzzle column that has been in syndication for over 20 years. Battaglia and Ross Helfer have collaborated to create Xodoku, a new type of puzzle series like none ever before! The puzzles in this series are more than just fun to solve. Each answer reveals something special. It may be a fascinating fact, a surprising quotation, an amusing pun, an inspiring passage or a thought-provoking message. The puzzles are designed to appeal to both Sudoku fans and all puzzle enthusiasts.

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