Sunday, October 02, 2005

Test your Logic: www.income.coop/logic9

Test your logic.

Try the Logic9 game at www.income.coop/logic9. This game is similar to the game called SuDoku, which is the craze in many countries.

You are to fill the blank squares with the digit 1 to 9, so that it is not repeated in any row, any column or any box (3 x 3).

For the easy version, you have to fill 3 out of 9 boxes. For the more difficult verion, you have to fill 4, 5 or 6 out of 9 boxes.

Have fun.

6 comments:

princess-jolene :) said...

i have tried this logic game and it was pretty fun i would say.. :)

Mickell said...

Ouch. I don't like teasing my brain.

Tan Kin Lian said...

We will be organising a National Competition to pick the winners who can complete the puzzle in the shortest time.

If you wish to buy a CD version of the puzzle to play on your PC, you can get it from our branches at only $5 (usual $9). It has 600 games!

You can practice for the competition.

Tan Kin Lian said...

Last Saturday, I demonstrated Logic9 to 80 people attended our educational talk. We offered the CD for a special price of $5 (usual $9).

50 people bought the CD. I received feedback from users that their children enjoyed the CD.

If you wish to buy it, come to our branch.

sharon tay said...

I was very impressed when Mr. Tan told us the story of how his idea of Logic9 began.

Most people would spend a lot of time trying to complete all chapters of a book (irregardless of relevance) to begin his/her task.

Mr. Tan was able to have a good grasp reading only the essential chapters.

He adhered to his “Do, Learn, Adapt” principle and was able to produce the program within a short time period.

I was thinking, “Wow, this is amazing. That’s very outstanding for someone with an overloaded schedule and little background in programming.”

Indeed, he is someone we can all learn from.

After seeing the demonstration, I will definitely get my hands on the CD, and start practising!

Jowel said...

The CD/book is also available at any NTUC fairprice for $5 too.

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