Description : The nationâ€™s #1 newspaper, USA TODAY, presents a new collection of 200 crossword puzzles. The USA TODAY brand reaches over 6 million people daily. The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) finds that cognitive puzzles such as crosswords "can bolster the mind in the same way that physical exercise protects and strengthens the body." This cranium compendium features 200 brain-boosting crosswords from The Nation's No. 1 Newspaper, USA TODAY. Puzzlesmiths of all skill levels will enjoy this ultimate puzzling challenge offering hours of enlightening entertainment and brain-bolstering fun from America's trusted news--and gaming--authority, USA TODAY. Keep your brain in shape with USA Today Crossword 2.
Description : A statistical and factual reference to the past half-century of college football features recaps of more than seven thousand games, includes complete season-by-season lineups and records, and is complemented by personality profiles of forefront players and coaches. Original. 20,000 first printing.
Description : Recaps of games, reviews of more than fifty football seasons, details of line-ups and major programs, and more are provided in this comprehensive guide spanning from 1953 to the present day. Original.
Description : 'You can learn [Sudoku] in 10 seconds, and yet the logic needed to solve [the puzzle] is challenging. It's a perfect amount of time to spend on a puzzle, anywhere from five minutes to half an hour. And there's usually a rush at the very end, filling in the last squares, which gives you a great feeling. You immediately want to do another. Millions of Americans aged eight through 88 are hooked on Sudoku. It is a game of reason and logic. As evidenced by the increasing hordes of fans, it is not only challenging, but addictive as well. According to a recent Newsweek article, Sudoku is the biggest puzzle craze to hit America since the Rubik's Cube in the 1980s. No adding or subtracting, no twists, no surprises: To solve Sudokus a puzzler just needs logic. Once you've completed one USA Today Sudoku puzzle, you won't be able to stop playing them. A typical Sudoku puzzle can be completed in 10 to 30 minutes, depending on a player's ability and the puzzle's level of difficulty. The game is based solely on numbers, but requires no math skills whatsoever. Similar to a crossword puzzle, Sudoku is a series of nine 3 x 3 grids using each digit from 1 to 9 only once. USA Today Sudoku contains 200 puzzles categorized into five skill levels. Answers are provided in the back of the book.
Description : USA TODAY Everyday Logic: 200 Puzzles from The Nation's No. 1 Newspaper makes every day much more fun. It also makes every day a little more challenging--which is a must for any puzzle master. Puzzlers get a unique collection of 200 logic puzzles to flex their brains and to amuse themselves for hours. The challenges include domino search, battleships, cellblocks, codewords, totalized, and wordwheel, as well as longer story puzzles. It's all skill levels for all sorts of fun.
Description : USA TODAY Crossword 3 is a brand-new collection of 200 crosswords for puzzle-smiths of all skill levels. Crossword is a classic puzzle that continues to be one of the most popular puzzle types. Keep your mind sharp with this assortment from the nation's No. 1 newspaper and gaming authority, USA TODAY.
Description : Puzzlesmiths of all skill levels will find original logic puzzles that will flex the brain, challenge assumptions, and entertain for hours. In addition to offering 200 logic puzzles, this puzzlebook includes a short tutorial on how to play each game, along with a complete back-of-book answer key.
Description : Provides a collection of puzzles of increasing difficulty levels previously featured in "USA Today" that challenge the reader to spot the differences between photographs.
Description : You can be sitting in the train working a puzzle but it can take you far away from the everyday. Before you know it you're at your stop or about to pass it. It's not like you were even in the train. It's something different, something removed from the ordinary." --Maki Kaji, The Japanese Times The Nation's No. 1 Newspaper offers puzzle-smiths the ultimate book featuring a new collection of challenging conundrums. This collection offers traditional word searches, along with a popular variation called Word Roundup, which gives only clues to the words hidden within the puzzle; the actual words are for solvers to figure out.