A bit easier this time:
Once you get what the middle picture is for this one, use it again in Gray-T’s puzzle below (Mannekin Pis) and the answer should be clearer
Here’s a neat logic-type puzzle that we haven’t put up before; it’s known as an ‘ABC Puzzle’:
Place the letters A,B,C and 2 spaces in each row and column. Each row and column must contain that exact combination-kind of like sudoku.
The letters around the square indicate what must be the 1st letter to appear in that row or column. So the ‘C’ above the last column means that ‘C’ appears 1st in that column, so you know the 1st cell in that column must be a ‘C’ or a space.
Feel free to enter your answers in the comment section below. As always, will unmask in a couple days, thanks.