|Series:||Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker|
Book fourteen of the popular word puzzle series that appears daily in newspapers throughout New Zealand.
Roll the dice and try to get New Zealand Yatzy! The dice feature easily recognisable New Zealand symbols. The player who achieves the most points wins!
Contents: 5 dice, score sheet
Number of players: 1-6 players
Estimated game time: 10-20 minutes
Feature easily recognisable New Zealand symbols
How smart are you? Find out with these 300 quizzes from one of the world's most-renowned creators of mind-bending conundrums. Pierre Berloquin organizes his mini puzzles into series, with each group testing a particular mental process. He then presents five lengthy tests that cover ever... read more
Coder-Cracker is looked forward to every day by it's legions of fans throughout New Zealand who enjoy this challenging but satisfying word puzzle.
In Noisy Dominoes, each player imitates the noise of the object or animal on their card, or mimes the action-groans and laughter are guaranteed!
Contains 125 puzzles. Code-Cracker is compiled by Simon Shuker, a Wellington, New Zealand resident, and is a hugely popular addictive puzzle enjoyed in many daily newspapers throughout New Zealand. The puzzles provide a sometimes tough but enjoyable challenge with grea... read more
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the seventh volume of the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.
Brandenburg gate is a former city gate and one of the main symbols of Berlin and Germany. The gate is the monumental entry to enter Den Linden, the renowned boulevard of linden trees which formely led directly to the city palace of the Prussian monarchs.... read more
Excavate and assemble the skeleton of a tyrannosaurus rex! There's also a quiz sheet to challenge friends and family. Contains a cardboard display platform with fun facts, a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton about 19 cm tall when assembled.
Another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles in the thirteenth volume of the popular puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers throughout New Zealand.
Volume Eight of New Zealand's most popular word puzzle returns with another 125 Code-Cracker puzzles to solve. Enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald, Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker has a legion of devoted fans.
The ninth volume of Simon Shuker's Code-Cracker: the puzzle series that is enjoyed daily in newspapers from Whangarei to Invercargill, including the Otago Daily Times, Dominion Post and New Zealand Herald.