Wednesday, July 4, 2007

Math Ninja's King's new clothes

Two days ago I published this post about a cool young lady from Manhattan who goes by the name of Math Ninja and recently found herself quite and pretty much hooked up on one of the larger Conceptis Color Pic-a-Pix ever published on the Free Weekly Puzzles page.

As the first screen shot published by Math Ninja was yet incomplete and the second one seems to got stuck (due to some technical problem with a bunch of missing grid numbers? the guys from Conceptis need to check this out!), I used my close connections with a certain important lady working at Conceptis and got both source and solution of this picture logic piece named King's new clothes - a commonly used translation of the famous Danish fairy tale published in 1897 by Hans Christian Andersen's (originally named The Emperor's New Clothes.).

Oh, yes, one of the well known problems with Conceptis' Free Weeklies is they don't include any solutions. Thus, when someone gets stuck with a puzzle he or she don't have the solution as a reference. What a bummer, though this is going to change soon after the new Conceptis site will be launched.

I'd like to see this as an Internet tribute to cool Math Ninja who took the time and effort to do this puzzle and for everyone else to enjoy.

1 comment:

  1. I'm glad to see you finished it. I never had the courage to go back and do it a third time.


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