Here is a new game: The Ships, in fact it is an adaptation of a Spanish game called "nave".

Your task is neither more nor less than to defend the Earth against invaders from space. You have to find in a grid where these space ships are located. But moreover you must know the power of each ship so that we can properly neutralize them.

So in a grid there is one ship per row and column and each ship has a power between 1 and 9. To help you, there are radars, which are circles with numbers and arrows around them. The arrows of the radars indicate in which directions the ships are detected and the number indicates the total power of the ships that this radar has detected.

With this you have enough information to accomplish these two tasks and thus save humanity. It is important to know that a radar points in the direction of a ship if it is on its line, column or diagonal. If it does not point in a certain direction then this direction has no ships. So by using your reasoning and knowing that there is one ship per row and column then you can find the location of all the ships.

Once you have found them you need to find their powers. You can complete the table at the bottom of the grid by indicating the ships (identified by the letter of the line) which must be added to arrive at the total of the radar. At the end you have the same number of equations as there are ships and with some very simple algebraic manipulations you can find the power of each ship. See in the rules there is an example of how to solve this puzzle (Rules of the Space Ships).

Each game is designed to be logically solvable and all powers can be found without guessing. The Space Ships puzzle requires both logical and mathematical skills.

Here are three games of three different sizes, it's time to get your brain working.

This week I want to present you one of my recent additions: the Bee Words (Bee Words Rules). This is a puzzle letter similar to the word search puzzle except that the grid is composed of hexagonal cells.

In case that you like this puzzle I want to remind you that I have published recently Bee Word Swarm (available on Amazon UK, Amazon US and any other Amazon websites).

This is one of my new puzzles that I have created this year: the Multi Sudokube (SudoKube). This one has three cubes, the columns and rows in each cube span on the sides but also when two cubes met a new row or column is created which spans on the one side of the two cubes. use number 1 to 9 and skip blank region. And enjoy !

The multi Sudokube is only available in my book: The Ultimate 3D Sudoku Book. Which contains, as the title indicates, many more 3D Sudoku puzzles such as: Hyper Sudoku 3D, Spark Sudoku, three Dimension Sudoku and so on.