The Quixy Challenge Puzzles were created to introduce beginners to different variations of puzzles in an easy way and effective way.

Each of the QC contains three puzzles along with one example. The first puzzle is very easy and second being moderate and third being a tough one. Take the printout of these puzzles. If someone is new to grid-based logical puzzles, then quixy challenges are the best way to getting introduced to these puzzle types. There are around 57 quixy challenge puzzles. Each of this challenge is different puzzle type, which has three different levels each for kids, teens and adult experts.

Following is the list of all the QC Puzzles

Following is the list of all the QC Puzzles

### Lexamino (QC-1)

### Twist (QC-2)

### DIALOGIX (QC-3)

### VISTA (QC-4)

### ALONG THE LINES (QC-5)

### All Alone or Hitori (QC-6)

### Letter Hive (QC-7)

### Kakuro (QC-8)

### Star Attraction (QC-8)

### ABCD (QC-9)

### Pipe Work (QC-11)

### Battleships or ARMADA (QC-12)

### Elastic Bands (QC-13)

### PLOTTO or Skyscrapers (QC-14)

### AS EASY AS ABCD (QC-15)

### Sikaku or Rectangles (QC-17)

### JAPANESE SUMMO or Sums (QC-18)

### H2O (QC-19)

### DOMINO HUNT (QC-20)

### MAGNETS (QC-21)

### CAMP SITE or TENTS (QC-22)

### NUMBER PLACE (QC-23)

### ARROWS (QC-24)

### MASTERMIND (QC-25)

### DARTS (QC-26)

### CRYPTARITHM (QC-28)

### THERMOMETERS (QC-29)

### TUNNEL or Snake (QC-30)

### EVERY SECOND BREAKPOINT (QC-31)

### Palindrome (QC-32)

### Consecutive Sudoku (QC-33)

### Even Odd Sudoku (QC-34)

### HIDDEN WORDS (QC-35)

### CORAL FINDER (QC-36)

### SUM NUMBER PLACE or Killer Sudoku (QC-37)

### DUTCH LOOP (QC-38)

### Antipodes or Network (QC-40)

### Digital Number Place or Digital Sudoku (QC-41)

### MISSING BREAKPOINTS (QC-42)

### PRODUCT NUMBER PLACE or PRODUCT SUDOKU (QC-43)

### STAR BATTLE (QC-44)

### EVERY SECOND STRAIGHT (QC-45)

### Cave (QC-46)

### SPARSE SKYSCRAPERS (QC-47)

### DIAGONAL NUMBER PLACE or DIAGONAL SUDOKU (QC-48)

### FENCES or SLITHERLINKS OR RUNDWEG (QC-49)

### EXTREME DIFFERENCE SUDOKU (QC-50)

### ABC CONNECTORS or ARUKONE (QC-51)

### PRODUCT CLUSTERS (QC-52)

### FRAME SUDOKU (QC-53)

### EVERY SECOND BREAKPOINT WITH 2 LOOPS (QC-54)

### PAINT BY NUMBERS • MINESWEEPER (QC-55)

### OVERLAPPING SKYSCRAPERS (QC-56)

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