A new take on a children’s puzzle: assemble squares from the dog bones.

by banber130389

Do you remember those cleverness puzzles from childhood where you had to move some matchsticks to get the desired shape? We’ve created similar puzzles, but instead of matchsticks, we’ll be moving dog bones.

The task is simple: move only three bones to get three squares. You might say, “I only need to move two bones to get three squares,” but it’s not that straightforward. The challenge is to have only 3 squares on the board and nothing extra.

There are no time limits for this puzzle. Moreover, you can use a pen and paper to explore options and find a solution. Ready?

Scroll down to see the answer.

You needed to move the two bottom bones and the one in between them. Did you get it?