Bimagic Squares

Bimagic squares are rather hard to create. But some well-known algorithms exist especially for orders 8, 9 and 16, which will create a great variety of different bimagic squares.

Order Method
8 Chen – Li
8 Coccoz
8 Coccoz (Pattern)
8 de Winkel
8 de Winkel   (pandiagonal)
8 Gérardin   (pandiagonal)
8 Hendricks   (pandiagonal)
8 Lamb   (pandiagonal)
8 Portier   (pandiagonal)
8 Rilly
8 Tarry 1903   (pandiagonal)
8 Tarry 1904   (pandiagonal)
8 Tarry - Cazalas

All algorithms are described in detail in chapter Bimagic Squares (german: Bimagische Quadrate) together with some other PDF documents.

DocumentsDetailed description of algorithms to create magic squares