That’s easy! It’s a Sudoku!
Oh…wait…it isn’t. Darn. We didn’t make it that easy for you to figure out.
“Quick!” I told Mr. Fletcher. “The other door!” He silently nodded and we all headed for the other door of the gymnasium. Mr. Fletcher unlocked the door just as there was a loud CRASH and the window in the door behind us shattered. A hand reached through the window and began to turn the doorknob from the inside!
Have you ever wanted to astound your friends? Or maybe to prove to someone that you have psychic powers? How about you just wanted to do something awesome?
Today Shufflenet teaches you an easy, but mind-blowing magic trick, so that using only ordinary, household objects, you can do the extraordinary.
Without Sammy, our class now had 21 students. But at school the next day, only 12 were present. No one felt safe anymore. Mrs. Brock tried to act like it was just like any normal school day, but we could all tell it was hard even for her. Besides being popular among students, Sammy had been one of many teacher’s favourite students, including hers.
Suddenly, it hit me: the only place that someone could have gone that quickly was one of the portables, but teachers always locked their portables during assemblies—which meant that the murderer must have had a key! The only people with keys to the portables were the teachers who taught in them, and the principal and vice-principal. Sammy was murdered during the assembly, so the murderer couldn’t be Mr. Hazel, who was at the assembly, along with our principal and vice principal. That still left five possible suspects and one puzzling question: Why was Sammy murdered?
Sudoku fanatics: meet your match! Come test your wits in the new, original game from Shufflenet, where you make every row and every column sum to the same number, while using the numbers one through sixteen once, and only once.
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For more information on magic squares and how to create them, check out the Shufflenet Tutorial, found here.