Einstein's House Riddle
A wooden deductive reasoning puzzle with wooden house frames and four “rooms” inside. Can you follow the clues to discover who owns the fish?
The ultimate problem-solver and a lover of brainteasers, it has been suggestedthat Einstein might have written this classic riddle himself. It's a fun but challenging test of deductive reasoning. The aim is to use the fifteen clues to arrange the pieces of the wooden houses in the right place to work out who owns the fish. Whilst everyoneat PP is trying to disprove the theory, it is believed that 98% of those who try, cannot solve it. Can you claim your space in the 2% whose genius might just rival that of the great man himself?
An intriguing set of puzzles based on the life, quotes and discoveries of Albert Einstein. Each offers a different challenge, and solutions for all of them can be found online at professorpuzzle.com.