30 Interactive Brainteasers to Warm up your Brain (Riddles & Brain teasers, puzzles, puzzles & games)

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30 Interactive Brainteasers to Warm up your Brain (Riddles & Brain teasers, puzzles, puzzles & games)

30 Interactive Brainteasers to Warm up your Brain (Riddles & Brain teasers, puzzles, puzzles & games)

A Fun Mini Edition by Puzzleland!!!

“30 Interactive Brain teasers to Warm Up your Brain” is a mini edition by Puzzleland, containing 30 easy and short brain teasers to get your mind warmed up for the day!

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  1. Silver Screen Videos says:
    22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    If You’re Smart, You’ll Pick This One Up, October 14, 2015
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    Silver Screen Videos (Atlanta, GA) –

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    This review is from: 30 Interactive Brainteasers to Warm up your Brain (Riddles & Brain teasers, puzzles, puzzles & games) (Kindle Edition)
    I enjoy word puzzles, mathematical puzzles, and logic puzzles, so a book that contains all three of these types of puzzles will get my attention. And, since the only thing better than a book of puzzles is a free book of puzzles, “30 Interactive Brain Teasers” definitely got my attention when I came across it on Amazon. Now that I’ve gone through the book, it gets my approval as well.

    In the introduction to “30 Brain Teasers,” the authors caution that the puzzles in the book are at a beginner level for teens and adults. In general, I found that to be true; I only had to think for more than a few seconds on a half dozen or so of these puzzles. However, other people may be less familiar with these types of puzzles than I am and may find more of them to be challenging. I would also note that a number of these puzzles have been floating around for a long time, so that even beginners have probably come across a few of them (such as the classic riddle, “Brothers and sisters have I none …). Still, younger readers, especially those who enjoy puzzles. will probably find these quite entertaining.

    The puzzles are generally short, a paragraph or less in length apiece. Each puzzle has both a clue and an answer, both of which can be accessed by links from the page on which the puzzle appears. There’s only one clue or answer per page, so a reader can’t accidentally spoil a future puzzle by seeing the answer too early. The clue is usually not something vague but a statement that should point readers quite clearly in the right direction (a couple of clues warn readers that the most obvious answer is incorrect). From the clue page, readers can either link back to the puzzle itself to think about it some more or to the answer page. From the answer page, readers can either go back to the previous puzzle (to see how the answer is logically derived from the question) or on to the next puzzle. The linking system is very easy to pick up and using the links made it possible for me to easily progress through the book.

    Although “30 Brain Teasers” has a number of different types of puzzles, the most common are word puzzles (like the “brothers and sisters” one), logic puzzles, such as figuring out what’s in a particular box based on pulling one item from the box, and mathematical puzzles of the “if A gave B one of his items, he would have twice as many as B” type. All told, the book offers considerable variety in the 30 different puzzles.

    Admittedly, veteran puzzle solvers or bright youngsters may get through “30 Brain Teasers” in an hour or so, but I can’t complain about the book’s value proposition because the authors offer it for free as an introduction for their longer (and more expensive) books. On that basis, I can’t complain and, in fact, recommend the book for just what it is: a short book of basic, not always original, brain teasers. Regardless of whether they whiz through the book in less than an hour or pass it around to their entire family I think that any puzzle lover will find something to like here. And as long as the authors offer it for free, there’s no complaining about the price. The final answer is: you don’t have to be a real brain to enjoy “30 Brain Teasers.”

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  2. Vera Tass says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Interactive Brainteasers (ebook), October 26, 2015
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    This review is from: 30 Interactive Brainteasers to Warm up your Brain (Riddles & Brain teasers, puzzles, puzzles & games) (Kindle Edition)
    I think this is a decent puzzle book, but it also falls short in some respects. It is much simpler than I expected, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but should be noted. There are pages with brain teasers, and right below the puzzles are two buttons, one to get a clue and one to give you the answer. The best comparison is that it’s like a physical copy of a crossword puzzle book, but you have the convenience of not having to flip pages back and forth to check your answers. It’s convenient, but it is very simple.

    A lot of the brain teasers I came across are new, and a handful are puzzles I’ve seen before (or that I’ve seen variations of). Considering this is a “beginner” book, the puzzles are pretty challenging. Someone who has done a lot of puzzles like this in the past may not find it as challenging though,

    The biggest problem I came across is that some of the puzzles aren’t worded very well, and don’t give enough information to get to the right answer.
    *Possible Spoilers*
    As an example, one puzzle says”Sam and Charlotte were born at the exact same moment, but they don’t have the same birthdays. How could this be?” The answer says they were born at the same time, but in different time zones. In my mind, “the exact same moment” means the exact same point in time, regardless of time zone. To be more accurate, I think it would be more accurate the question should be worded that they were born at the same time.

    Another example is this: “Three closed boxes have either apples, bananas, or both, and are labeled “Apples,” “Bananas,” or “Mixed.” However each box has the wrong label on it. You may open one box only see its contents. Which box should you open to determine the contents of all three boxes?” The answer though describes a process in which you open two boxes to determine the contents of the third.

    There are a couple other examples, but these two are the ones that really stuck out for me.

    OVERALL, I think this book of brainteasers is a good book with some challenging puzzles. I think there’s room for improvement, but it’s still a good buy to exercise your brain-muscle!
    I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest, unbiased review.

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  3. KC says:
    13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    pretty good one, really brain-cracking., July 31, 2015
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    I just purchased it because it was free at that time. I have not been able to answer puzzles or riddles for a long time. It is nice that the author really indicated that the book is for beginners only and not applicable for advanced readers. It would be a lot effective if shown on the title itself that it is for beginners only.
    I can say this is a pretty good one, really brain-cracking. I was only able to answer a quarter of them correctly. I guess I am still novice at this genre. Overall, I learn a lot from this book. It felt like these riddles increased my IQ at some point.I might share these riddles to my collegues to warm them up too. It is very short though. But as a free book, it’s a thumbs up! Recommended.
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