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Hamilton Mazes book
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Johan


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As you might have noticed, I have been very excited about Hamilton Mazes lately. To channel this excitement, I have bundled 150 of them, along with some pages with solving strategies, into a real puzzle book.



Be aware that most of these puzzles have been or will be on PuzzlePicnic as well.
ERANUS



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Cool. Congrats. I see it is available on Amazon...
Johan


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Thanks! Yes. Shipping might be different for amazon.com, amazon.de and amazon.co.uk, depending on your location.

I posted a 'look inside' video to give a better impression of what the book looks like: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/photo/101679560062405278073/6420087512079641474
pillsbury14



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Excellent! I've enjoyed solving the Hamilton Mazes puzzles here over the past few months. I'd love to see someone write puzzle books also about puzzles such as Spokes, Thermometers, Plane Division, and many more. In the past I've worked Futoshiki and Staircases puzzles while riding the bus to work in Phoenix and shown others how to solve these puzzles. Thanks again Johan!
OtisPer



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What would be the earliest age you would introduce these puzzles to a kid?
JHe



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I'd say you can try, and if there's no interest, try again in a year or so.

It's said that logical thinking develops at about 12, but it's very individual - I think that my wife's 10-year-old already is able. And these are very visual, so I can imagine that somebody could do them at 6.
 
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