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Build your own Magnetic Rubik’s Dice Cube


If you are looking for a nice DIY project during the Christmas Holidays than you have to take a look at the instruction on how to build a Magnetic Rubik’s Dice Cube.

The detailed instruction in eight steps, needed equipment and the complete part list are available at the Instructables website.

The non-symetrical nature of some of the die patterns gives the magnetic dice cube an extra element of strategy not present in a regular Rubik’s Cube. This variable of rotation is an aspect of the “sudocube,” but the magnetic dice cube is easier to solve, because each [Read More...]

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Rubik’s Cube Design Table


This Rubik’s cube is a bit less daunting than some of you might have felt about the original one.

Based on the original Rubik’s cube, this side table called Ruby Cube consists of the same color special acrylic plates that change color when viewed from different angles. Colors change from dark green to gray to aubergine. The Ruby Cube design side table is designed by J.P. Meulendijks.

Dimensions are 14.175″ x 14.175″ x 14.175″ [36cm x 36cm x 36cm] and made of “Reflex” color changing acrylic, MDF and will cost you $399.00. You can buy this Rubik’s Cube table at [Read More...]

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Harry Potter – New Book Title Puzzle


The title for the upcoming Harry Potter VII book is released. But if you want to figure it out yourself you can visit jkrowling dot com and play a little game of hangman.

Author J.K. Rowling is still working on the seventh Harry Potter book, she explained on her Web site in an entry posted early Thursday. “I’m now writing scenes that have been planned, in some cases, for a dozen years or even more,” she wrote. “I donít think anyone who has not been in a similar situation can possibly know how this feels: I [Read More...]

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Rubik’s Cube for Linux


For all Rubikís Cube lovers who want to solve Rubikís Cube using Linux now Rubix 1.0.5 is available at softpedia. Rubix runs under X11.

The program will auto-load the file “rubix.dat” which will be created when you save your current game. This enables you to continue from where you stopped.

You have to save the file in the same directory. You can run rubix -l saved_game.dat to change the default directory. Run “rubix -h” to have the commands during the game.

At this moment Rubix is not able to solve Rubikís Cube for you. If you know a solution to [Read More...]

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iPod Sudoku


Electronic Arts released one of two second-wave games for the fifth-generation iPod.

Electronic Arts’ Sudoku has two modes, the first one is the Normal Mode (with partially filled Sudoku grids) and the second one is the Newspaper Mode (with empty Sudoku grids). There are also multiple control schemes to accommodate probably one of your own method of number entry. iPod Sudoku has clean Japanese-themed scrolling background artwork and peaceful default music, hint and auto-fill features to help novice players, and timers to indicate both your progress and remaining battery life.

An extensive help system guides you through the [Read More...]

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Gridlock- Sliding Puzzle Game


Gridgame is a variant of popular sliding-piece solitaire game called Rush Hour which you can play online for free at Passion for Puzzles.

It’s designed by Japanese puzzle author Nob Yoshigahara and distributed by Binary Arts (now called ThinkFun). Next to playing Gridlock online (designed by Corwin Derkatch from Crystal New Media) you can now download Gridlock and play this stand-alone version of Gridlock on your Mac OS.

Object of the addictive Gridlock puzzle is to slide the blue block out the right hand side exit. Happy Puzzling!

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Last Chessman Standing Puzzle


Last Chessman Standing is invented by Vesa Timonen. It is a combination between chess and a puzzle. Before you start this puzzle you need to know the rules of chess.

Object is to have the pieces capture each other until there is only one. One of the difference with the chess game is that you must capture a piece each move you make, next to that the chess board is also smaller.

The puzzle is easy to play, just click and drag a piece onto another to capture it. Pieces capture as in standard chess, [Read More...]

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