• 1. The assailant of P.C. Grey, who did not employ the hand it over technique, did not assume the name of Tommy Tittlemouse.
  • 2. P.C. Black was not attacked because someone had lost money on a horse race wager.
  • 3. This year it was Pontious Proctor's turn to use the classic moniker, John Silver.
  • 4. Pontious Proctor and the fellow who tried to execute the hand it over had a good laugh later, recalling how one had enjoyed using the name Tommy Tittlemouse and the other had quite gotten over the matter of the lost race wager.
  • 5. Gregory Greensleeves and the chap who pulled off the hand it over are also, in some order, Tommy Tittlemouse and the fellow who removed Officer Black's helmet.
  • 6. The fellow who was brought up before the court under the name Jack Horner was only trying to work off his heartbreak caused by a recent ruined holiday when he tried for his helmet - but he didn't use the flying tackle.
  • 7. Ullyses Upton did not try either the flying tackle nor the shove & grab.
  • 1. The assailant of P.C. Grey, who did not employ the hand it over technique, did not assume the name of Tommy Tittlemouse.
  • 2. P.C. Black was not attacked because someone had lost money on a horse race wager.
  • 3. This year it was Pontious Proctor's turn to use the classic moniker, John Silver.
  • 4. Pontious Proctor and the fellow who tried to execute the hand it over had a good laugh later, recalling how one had enjoyed using the name Tommy Tittlemouse and the other had quite gotten over the matter of the lost race wager.
  • 5. Gregory Greensleeves and the chap who pulled off the hand it over are also, in some order, Tommy Tittlemouse and the fellow who removed Officer Black's helmet.
  • 6. The fellow who was brought up before the court under the name Jack Horner was only trying to work off his heartbreak caused by a recent ruined holiday when he tried for his helmet - but he didn't use the flying tackle.
  • 7. Ullyses Upton did not try either the flying tackle nor the shove & grab.

Observation: This table is automatically filled accordingly to the grid.

How to play

  • The first step is to read the clues and find the most basic ones;
  • Those clues can be marked on the grid without using any other information;
  • After this, you will need to read the clues again and use logic deduction;
  • Click on a clue to mark it as used;
  • The answer table is filled automatically.

More Logic Puzzles

See our logic puzzles list.

Need help?

Learn the basics

Follow our step-by-step guide on How to Solve a Logic Puzzle.

Play the basics

If you are having a hard time, play these basic logic puzzles to get started. They are very simple.

Printable version

Feel free to download the PDF version of this logic puzzle.

Visit our Printable Logic Puzzles page to download and print other Logic Puzzles.

More games

Einstein's Puzzle
Einstein's Puzzle

Can you solve one of the most famous logic puzzle ever?

Zebra Puzzles
Zebra Puzzles

Try to solve this classic logic puzzle.