Code-Cracker puzzles have long been a fan favourite, appearing daily in newspapers across New Zealand. The latest in the book series is now available: Volume Sixteen has another 125 puzzles to keep readers engrossed for hours.
Be a builder of dragons Create 13 expertly designed and fantastic creatures in Minecraft with this incredible step-by-step guide. Minecraft is arguably the world's most influential online game, and now its modeling gets a fun fantasy twist with dragons of all shapes and sizes This step-by-step player' ...Show more
This bumper-sized volume will have you thinking sideways, every which way and outside of the box to solve the 200 brilliantly frustrating cryptic crosswords. Perfect for those who love wordplay and cracking clues, Daily Mail Big Book of Cryptic Crosswords 8 provides the ultimate puzzle entertainment for ...Show more
Charming and challenging, these puzzles offer perfect entertainment and valuable mental exercise. Ask any cryptic crossword enthusiast. The catch? As a novice you have to know how to interpret those nonsensical looking clues. It's not nearly as hard as it first appears and if you have any interest at al ...Show more
With 1,000 words and their definitions to help you name that obscure actress from the 30s or a three-letter word for "vase," solving crossword puzzles has never looked so easy. Crossword Puzzler's Handbook, Revised Edition has all the answers to help you become an expert crossword puzzler. With ...Show more
Cryptic crosswords from the Telegraph are the most popular around, and this bumper collection will both entertain and torment in equal measure. Perfect for any spare moment, and completely addictive, these puzzles are guaranteed to test your thinking to the limit.
Although Mah Jong has been played by many nationalities through the ages, there are few books on the game. Some early books, translated from the Chinese, make hilarious reading and are virtually impossible to comprehend. Most books for beginners assume that the reader has some elementary knowledge of th ...Show more
For as long as civilisations have known how to ascribe numerical values to quantities, there have been number puzzles; ancient Egyptian scrolls have been found with difficult problems for the reader to solve. Now Mensa, the leading high IQ society, have created a book which will challenge even the most ...Show more
A bumper collection of easy, medium, and difficult Su Doku puzzles to test your mental dexterity, powers of logic, and deduction. Keep your mind sharp and test your powers of deductive reasoning. Ideal for whiling away those long commutes, traveling, or relaxing at home. Includes brand new Collins-brand ...Show more