Hoverdia Eighteen

Hoverdia Eighteen from Hoverdia

By: Hoverdia  22-07-2008
Keywords: Puzzle Content Providers

Hoverdia Eighteen, the First-Of-Its-Kind and Two-In-One number logic puzzle, is originated in Malaysia and is the brainchild of Alvin Lim, the original creator, not only creative, but innovative as well. It is an addictive mind game that involves both logical thinking and arithmetic solving in which activating both the left brain together with the right brain. This puzzle game not only designated for puzle anthusiasts but also appeal to all those who have yet to see and experience this style of eye-opening number puzzle. Hoverdia Eighteen is not merely the placement of numbers (similar to Sudoku) but also involving simple addition and deduction (Kakuro). The unique characteristic of this style of puzzle is that the COPYRIGHTS which is part of the intellectual property is in place so that rampage cloning of such puzzle game is under controlled. Hoverdia Eighteen is being constructed with an aid of an unique algorithm computer programming codes, which is called P4, written originally by the puzzle creator to ensure non-identical puzzles generated for enthusiast's fun and logic decoding. Hoverdia Eighteen (Playable Demo /Beta Version) which is written with Visual Basic 6 for PC platform can be downloaded from the official site http://www.hoverdia.com/hvdpuzzles1.html This Hoverdia Eighteen puzzle book is made available for worldwide online book ordering from Amazon.com searchable under ISBN 9781419668159. THE CHARACTERISTIC AND RULE OF HOVERDIA EIGHTEEN. This puzzle is best represented by 8 long horizontal blocks and 8 long vertical blocks; and consist of 8 small boxes, which give the total of 64 boxes. All 8 long horizontal blocks and 8 long vertical blocks must contain all of the numbers from 1 to 8 inclusively without repeating any thereof - RULE ONE. The main puzzle with 64 boxes is also represented by 4 sub-puzzles which are called Quarters and each quarter is made up of 4x4 short blocks. For RULE TWO in each of the 4 quarters, all the blocks with 4 small boxes must be added up to the sum of 18 (Eighteen) not only horizontally and vertically but diagonally as well.

Keywords: Puzzle Content Providers