In one of the past articles, we have already introduced you to Professor Hoffman's impressive book, "Puzzles, Old and New".
For those who missed it, this enthusiast of games and puzzles, decided to enclose in a single text any puzzle he could trace back to his days.
Some were newly invented, others as ancient as Noah.
And anyone who is lucky enough to leaf through the pages of the book is faced with barin teasers of all kinds, from the most traditional to the most absurd.
Brain teasers and more, because there are also sections dedicated to numerical and literary logic games.
In short, aiming at the idea of solving them all, was a long long time project.
One of the puzzles explained and illustrated by Hoffman has to do, as you may have guessed from the title, with a spider.
The professor refers to it as "The Spider and the Flies", describing it as one of the cutest of the "dexterity and perseverance" puzzles.
The MOON puzzle is finally available on our site, a new challenge for all fans not only of puzzles but also of space, stars and cosmos.
You too will have a difficult mission to complete on the lunar surface, for which you can draw inspiration from the crew of Apollo 11, in particular the often forgotten astronaut who played, perhaps, the most important role of all.
We are talking about Michael Collins, who passed away last April.
We can start by saying that we also feel Collins a bit of an Italian hero, given his birth in Rome.
In 1963 he was selected as an astronaut and, after being a reserve member of the Gemini VII, he had the great honor of traveling in space twice: aboard the Gemini 10 and, subsequently, the famous Apollo 11.
266 hours in space.
Of Apollo 11, two names are often remembered, Armstrong and Aldrin.
This is because they were the ones who put their faces on it, they were the ones who descended