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Fast Facts Rubik’s Cube


It takes an average of 48 to 100 tries to solve a Rubik’s Cube puzzle.

If done perfectly, any Rubik’s Cube combination can be solved in 17 turns.. UPDATE: According to Ron from there are thousands of Rubik’s Cube positions proven to be solvable in 20 moves but no position has yet been found that take 21 moves. Happy Puzzling!

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Black and White Puzzle Light Show Coasters


Serve more than just a beverage & serve up a Light Show! Introducing the Black and White Puzzle Light Show Coasters and Serving Tray Set – a dazzling new product that’s as practical as it is beautiful!

Entertain your guests at your next party with a personal light show for every drink. Looks great in bright light, looks stunning in low light. Each piece is fully inter-locking so you can add as many sets as you wish.

Create a puzzle chain or a design on any table top and have beverages lit and waiting for your arriving guests. Every coaster [Read More...]

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Executive 15 Puzzle – Puzzle Game


A classic challenge for the world famous sliding puzzle game in executive style. A totally engrossing puzzle comes with its own carrying case.

A booklet provides different arrangements for you to try and match. Perfect for travel or for in your executive office.

15 puzzle in executive style is for ages 8 and up and available at Mori.

You can also solve 15 puzzle online at Passion For Puzzles. Happy Puzzling!


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SuDoku was just a warm-up …


One thousand years ago a famous polymath, astronomer, cartographer and all round genius named Shen Kua was a passionate game player. His passion was GO, the ancient game of skill and chance played on boards of 19×19 squares, but also other sizes including 9×9, the same as in the Sudoku puzzle. Shen was so fascinated by the game that he was the first person to calculate the number of possible moves in the game despite not having a zero in the Chinese numbering system.

Shen’s innovations included the grid reference system for maps, and it was this fact that inspired [Read More...]

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Free Online Puzzle Games


If your are only reading Passions for puzzles’ weblog than please take also a look at other pages of Passion for Puzzles.

At our Online Puzzle page you can find more than ten online puzzle games you can play online for free like, Simon Says, Self programmed TopSpin, Samegame, Pannerotto, Rubik’s Cube and much more logic puzzle games. Happy Puzzling!

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Acer Media Player With Sudoku


It looks like Acer is still trying to create a slight ripple in the DAP/PMP market by switching up its marketing strategies to target the legions of Sudoku fans out there.

The addition of a handful of built-in games does make their new 20GB MP-340 player more appealing than the company’s previous offerings…assuming you’ve been blessed with superhuman eyesight, that is. Even though no one could comfortably view anything – much less a grid-based puzzle – on a 1.8″ TFT (262K colors, 160 x 128), the player supports ACV videos (and you have tons of those, right?), JPG images, and [Read More...]

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Sudoku for Mac


Dracosoft’s Sudoku is a challenging number-puzzle game filled with logical solutions, and analytical answers.

Based on the popular Japanese number game, Dracosoft’s Sudoku not only includes the “Classic” number-puzzles, but we have also included two other modes for added merriment.

Select “Random” mode for amorphic puzzles, and “Chaos” mode for completely wild challenges. These additional modes will challenge even the most skilled Sudoku player. Dracosoft’s Sudoku will leave you thinking numbers all day long. Via Dracosoft. Happy Puzzling!

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