we are puzzler community since 2011.
Our purpose is to hold offline puzzle competition in Japan.
Our first competition is held in Oct-22-2011 at Tokyo. It is called Japan Zukei Puzzle Championship, JZC for short. 'Zukei' is Japanese word meaning 'geometric'. Every puzzles in JZC is related to geometric puzzle. Puzzles are built by five people and 27 people (including authors) participated competition. You can download puzzles here(Japanese only).
In Feb-23-2013, We held competition again. Its name is Japan Zukei dakejanai Puzzle Championship, JZdC for short. 'dakejanai' means 'not only'. So JZdC contains some word puzzles, number puzzles, etc. JZdC have ended successfully. Eight people contributed as author and 33 people (including authors) participated competition.
As you know too, logical puzzles are world-wide fun without the border of language. We hope that international puzzlers enjoy our puzzles too. But JZdC contains not only well-known puzzles but also so many original puzzles.
So we decided to publish English instructions. Below are all puzzles in JZdC2013. Reading instructions, you will be able to solve JZdC puzzles.
Round1 30min instruction[E], puzzles[J], practice(1[E], 2[E], 3[J])
Round2 50min instruction[E], puzzles[J], bonus puzzles[E]
Round3 40min instruction[E], puzzles[E]
Round4 30min instruction[J], puzzles[J]
Round5 45min instruction[E], puzzles[E]
Round6 60min instruction[E], puzzles[J], bonus puzzles[E]
Round7 50min instruction[E], puzzles[E], practice[E], bonus puzzles[E]
RoundEx 30min instruction[J], puzzle[E]
* Round4 is Japanese linguistical puzzle round. So there is no English instruction.
** Round Ex is almost explained on the competition day. Please read not instruction but puzzle booklet.
We are not used to translation. So there might be something wrong or hard to understand.
If so, please ask by comment.
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