Printable Puzzles, Mazes and More!
Oh my gosh, they’re full of stars! A fun object-placement puzzle currently published in The New York Times as Two Not Touch.
Two Not Touch
Additional puzzles and tutorials for fans of my New York Times puzzles, also known as Star Battle. Available in 1-Star, 2-Star and 3-Star variants.
Interactive versions of my most popular puzzles, and some unique ones too. Play on an iPad, Kindle Fire, or your computer and save some trees!
Sometimes called Tectonics or Number Blocks, these puzzles have very simple rules but can be extremely challenging.
A solitaire version of the classic strategy game, in which you hunt down and sink a hidden fleet.
Also known as Hashiwokakero, connect islands to form a network of bridges in this spatial-reasoning puzzle.
Four new varieties that use so-called Sandwich clues. Including my personal favorite: The Dagwood.
Consecutive numbers are clued with little white bars. Three kinds to choose from!
Protect aliens from mutant cacti in this engaging hybrid of Slitherlink, Masyu, and Cow & Cactus.
An addictive binary puzzle, also known as Binairo, Binoxxo, Tic-Tac-Logic, Takuzo, Bineiro, Brain Snacks, Unruly, Zinero and Zernero.
Mirror mazes full of cute undead, with spine-tingling full-page art made for coloring too! Great for kids and adults alike.
Conjoined Sudoku grids make for a longer-lasting and most satisfying solving experience.
Also known as comparison Sudoku. Fiendishly difficult Sudoku puzzles with greater-than and less-than signs.