Stephen, thanks for your very positive comment. I have quoted you below:
“Balance Quest has a fairly prominent position on our “Puzzles” page on that site, a larger number of LP users are clicking over to try BQ. (LP.org is now our biggest traffic source for BQ.)”
By the way, your redesigned site, logic-puzzles.org is beautiful and now has a wide selection of logic puzzles for those interested in playing.
Update as of 12/01/13:
Dear Frank, I really appreciate your links to BQ from the Sumsum and Contest Centers. You have a creative selection of interactive puzzles and books.
Update as of 11/29/13:
Mr. P. , you have a great math and puzzle site. I hope your guests will enjoy playing a few BQ puzzles. Thanks for linking and posting a few sample puzzles:
Update as of 11/22/13:
Update as of 11/21/13:
Best wishes to Kim at “Puzzles-to-print.com” and
for the following beautiful BQ page:
Update as of 11/20/13
Thanks, Dave Fisher at “puzzles.about.com” for this sweet review of BQ:
Thanks Erik @ “Math in English” for your nice write-up:
Thanks for linking from from “The Math Form” @ Drexel University
Balance Quest is kind of like a jigsaw puzzle played with numbers. Complete with grid with numbers so that each cell value is equal to the sum of its adjacent cells, without repeating the same number twice in either the white or the grey sections.
- Use simple addition to complete the grid (e.g. Top left 11 + ? = 26, center (58 + -5 + ? + ? = 0, etc.)
- Leave no duplicate numbers in the white cells or in the grey cells.
- Use every unique number from -16 to 16, except zero, in the grey cells.
There is one unique solution to every puzzle.
PLAY THE PUZZLE LIVE: http://balancequest.puzzlebaron.com/
Instructions video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HUMvdTt09A
Book orders: http://balancequestpuzzle.com
Google Blog: http://balancequestpuzzle.blogspot.com