• Shirt
• Name
• Phobia
• Appointment
• Age
Patient #1 #1
Patient #2 #2
Patient #3 #3
Patient #4 #4
Patient #5 #5
• The patient who has Arachnophobia is located in the middle.
• The woman who is afraid of Spiders is somewhere between Diana and the woman wearing a Green shirt, in that order.
• The 35-year-old patient is somewhere between the woman that is afraid of Heights and the youngest patient, in that order.
• The woman who is afraid of Clowns is sitting next to the youngest patient.
• The 40-year-old patient is exactly to the left of the woman wearing the Yellow shirt.
• The woman wearing the Yellow shirt is somewhere to the right of the woman wearing the White shirt.
• The patient who is afraid of flying is sitting next to the 55-year-old patient.
• Laura is sitting next to the patient who has an appointment at 5:00 PM.
• The woman who is afraid of Clowns is the same person wearing the White shirt.
• The 40-year-old patient is somewhere between Diana and the 55-year-old patient, in that order.
• The woman wearing the Black shirt is on one of the ends.
• Alice also has an appointment at 5:00 PM.
• The woman with the latest appointment time is somewhere between Diana and the patient who has an appointment at 5:30 PM, in that order.
• The woman who has an appointment at 5:00 PM is exactly to the left of Elizabeth.
• The woman who has an appointment at 5:00 PM is somewhere between the patient wearing the Red shirt and the patient who has an appointment at 3:00 PM, in that order.

How to play

• The best way to start is reading all the clues and marking the most basic ones (example: The Brazilian lives in the second house.);
• Now, it is possible that other types of clues are available to be used (example: The person who drinks Water is exactly to the left of the Brazilian.);
• After doing the last step several times, you will have to use logic to deduce information and proceed with the resolution;
• All the clues must be used;
• The game ends when all the clues are correctly checked and everything is filled.

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