• Paper
  • Name
  • Origami
  • Age
  • Sandwich
  • Juice
Boy #1 #1
Boy #2 #2
Boy #3 #3
Boy #4 #4
Boy #5 #5
  • The White paper was used to do the Cat.
  • The boy who likes Cheese sandwich is somewhere between the 9 years old boy and the boy who made the Frog, in that order.
  • Frank is exactly to the left of the boy that likes Pineapple juice.
  • The boy who did the Cat is somewhere to the right of the boy who used the Blue paper.
  • The youngest boy is next to the boy that loves Chicken sandwich.
  • At the fifth position is the boy who likes Strawberry juice.
  • The boy who likes Cheese sandwich is next to the 11 years old boy.
  • Phillip is exactly to the right of the boy that loves Tuna sandwich.
  • The boy who made the Elephant is somewhere to the left of the boy that used the Blue paper.
  • The White paper was used by the boy that is somewhere to the left of the boy who made the Dog.
  • The boy who likes Pineapple juice is somewhere between the 9 years old boy and the boy that likes Lemon juice, in that order.
  • Jeffrey is somewhere to the right of the boy who did his origami using the Green paper.
  • The boy that used the White paper is somewhere to the left of the boy who likes Pepperoni sandwich.
  • Albert is immediately before the boy that used the White paper.
  • The boy that loves Bacon sandwich is next to the boy who used the Green paper.
  • The boy that made the Bird is next to the boy that likes Lemon juice.
  • The boy who likes Lemon juice is somewhere between the boy who made the Elephant and the boy that loves Apple juice, in that order.
  • In the middle is the boy that likes Bacon sandwich.
  • The 8 years old boy is next to the boy that used the Red paper.
  • The boy who likes Bacon sandwich is exactly to the left of the boy who used the White paper.
  • The 10 years old boy is at the fifth position.

How to play

  • Start by reading all the clues;
  • Find all the "basic" clues and mark them. The most basic clue is the one that states that something is in a determined house/position. Example:
    • The German lives in house three.
  • Sometimes you are going to need to deduce some information using two or more clues;
  • All the clues must be used;
  • The game ends when all the clues are correctly checked and everything is filled.

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