• Shirt
• Name
• Theme
• Pieces
• Time
Boy #1 #1
Boy #2 #2
Boy #3 #3
Boy #4 #4
Boy #5 #5
• The boy who took 12 hours to solve the puzzle is at the fourth position.
• The boy who solved the 1200 pieces puzzle is somewhere between the boy who solved the 1000 pieces puzzle and the boy who solved the 200 pieces puzzle, in that order.
• The boy who solved the Sports puzzle is immediately after John.
• The boy who solved the Nature puzzle is at one of the ends.
• The boy who solved the Animal puzzle is next to the boy who solved the 1000 pieces puzzle.
• The boy in the Purple shirt stands somewhere between the boy who solved the 600 pieces puzzle and the boy in the Red shirt, in that order.
• Ulrich is immediately before the boy who took 8 hours to solve the puzzle.
• The boy who completed his puzzle in 4 hours is at one of the ends.
• The boy who solved his puzzle in 14 hours is at one of the ends.
• The boy in the Purple shirt is somewhere to the left of the boy who solved the Pirates puzzle.
• The boy who tackled the 1200 pieces puzzle is next to the one who finished his puzzle in 4 hours.
• The boy who needed 8 hours to solve his puzzle is immediately before the boy who did the 1200 pieces puzzle.
• The boy in the Green shirt is at one of the ends.
• The boy who worked on the Nature puzzle is to the right of the boy in the White shirt.
• Paul is next to the boy in the Green shirt.
• The boy who solved the Car puzzle is next to the boy in the Green shirt.
• The boy in the Black shirt is next to the one who solved the Nature puzzle.
• The Purple-shirted boy is somewhere between the boy who took on the 600 pieces puzzle and the 4-hour solver, in that order.
• The boy who solved the Sports puzzle is adjacent to Benjamin.
• The boy who solved the 600 pieces puzzle is next to the boy who solved the 1000 pieces puzzle.

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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