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Computer Mix-up

Logic Grid puzzles come with a handy interactive grid that will help you solve the puzzle based on the given clues.


Puzzle ID:#44337
Fun:** (1.79)
Difficulty:* (0.31)
Submitted By:Shnazzle*




Katie, Peter and Thomas were fighting for which computer they would get in the house. Use these clues to find out who got a computer in which room and what game they were playing.

1. The computer in the study was being used by someone playing minesweeper.

2. Tetris was being played by Peter.

3. The dining room was not being used by Peter or Thomas.

4. Thomas was not in the lounge room but was playing minesweeper.

5. Katie wasn't playing tetris.

6. Peter was in the lounge room.

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Apr 10, 2009

Clues #5 and #6 are not necessary to solve puzzle.
Apr 10, 2009

fun and easy i really enjoyed it
Apr 10, 2009

Clues 4, 5 & 6 are not necessary.
Apr 11, 2009

I solved it using on the first three clues. Very easy.
Apr 13, 2009

Easy but fun.
Apr 14, 2009

Clues 4, 5, and 6 weren't needed. And I didn't have to put any 'X'es in the grid since so many of the answers were just told to us.
Apr 15, 2009

Really good and well-thought out. I know some logic grids where they dont give you enough explanation
Apr 15, 2009

Great beginning teaser. I only used the first 3 clues. Good job.
Apr 17, 2009

It was SO EASY!!!!
I also only needed the first cople of clues.
Apr 18, 2009

How do we know that Katie was playing pinball, and not solitaire?
Apr 21, 2009

I know about Katie I cant forgive myself i realised only 10 seconds after submitting.. Sorry
Apr 21, 2009

that was fun,but easy
Apr 23, 2009

Answer is obvious after 4th clue. no need for 5th and 6th clues.
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May 02, 2009

That was loads easy.
Jun 13, 2009

Okay. logic grid teasers aren't that easy to submit, but this one had 2 main problems.

1.Way to easy.

2.Needless clues.

Overall, 5.5/10, not too bad I suppose, but it could be better.
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Sep 01, 2009

Wow. Easy! I will give this is my 8 year old sister.
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Sep 01, 2009

Wow. Easy! I will give this is my 8 year old sister.
(user deleted)
Sep 01, 2009

Oops. Double posted. Sorry.
Dec 25, 2009

easy yet fun!
Oct 15, 2010

keep making these kind of grids!!! and armatures gonna love you...

Oct 25, 2010

Took me about 10 seconds -- awfully easy!
Aug 21, 2013

Pretty fun, but also easy and I don't see how you can play pinball on a computer.
Jan 26, 2014

klsowell I have pinball on the computer. SPACE is release ball and LEFT and RIGHT are left and right paddles.
Dec 19, 2014

ok good one
Jul 14, 2015

half the hints, then it is still easy ;)
Sep 29, 2015

sooo simple haha

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