The American British Logic Puzzles magazine, oddly enough, is printed in Canada. I think that makes it the Canadian American British Logic Puzzles magazine.
The puzzles aren't edited in any way, so you'll see a lot of British spelling and words. Fortunately, the magazine comes with a small English-American glossary, which lets you know things like "a rank is a place where taxis wait for passangers".
Here are the elements of British logic puzzles that stood out to me when I solved some recently:
- British logic puzzles are more apt to have horrible puns.
- They are much easier than American logic puzzles. I suspect that this is because they don't reprint the harder puzzles in these collections.
- They have illustrations for most of the puzzles. A good deal of the puzzles involve the pictures in figuring out the puzzle solutions.
- All the British puzzles are 3-by-3 crosshatches, besides the picture puzzles.