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Sudoku Epic

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There are a lot of Sudoku generators around, but Sudoku epic is in my opinion a special one because you can also generate Sudoku’s for kids (4×4) and the more difficult ones for the experienced Sudoku solver (16×16).

Sudoku Epic is a Windows version of the famous game, Sudoku and can also generate Sudoku’s sizes from 4×4 to 16×16 and difficulties from very easy to very hard. There is an Assistant available which can help you with scanning, markup and revealing certain numbers, allowing you to focus on the logic. Puzzles can be printed out on paper, stored for later [Read More...]

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Neko Puzzle Game

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Neko Puzzle from Lexaloffle is a cute puzzle game that will make you feel good! Think fast to guide a little jumping cat around each puzzle before the time runs out.

Features adorable graphics, a puzzle solver in case you get stuck, and a random puzzle generator so that you never get the same puzzle twice! Possibly the easiest puzzle game in the world to learn how to play, Neko is still able to challenge the toughest minds causing any player major logic problems.

Download the demo version of Neko Puzzle from Softpedia or buy the complete [Read More...]

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Valentine’s Samegame Puzzle – Online Puzzle Game

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All puzzle lovers know Samegame and since this week we also know that we can solve a Valentine version of Rubik’s Cube.

Now via Valentine Crush you can play online a Valentine’s version of Samegame called Valentine Crush. And as they say at Valentine Crush, this puzzle is a puzzle/strategy game for everyone! It’s easy to play, and quite addictive. Happy Puzzling!

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Bolleke – Puzzle Drink Coaster

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Last Saturday sitting in the pub and drinking a Bolleke (world famous in Antwerp – Belgium) I noticed a puzzle at the back of my beer coaster from brewery DeKoninck.

Object of the Bolleke-puzzle is to have the same number of open “bollekes” and solid “bollekes” for each row and column (Bolleke = circle). Nice puzzle but only before you start drinking “Bollekes”.

For people not familiar with Bollekes please have a look at the glasses they serve Bollekes in, from brewery De Konick. Happy Puzzling!

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Oldest Puzzle Ever called Monkey Puzzle Nut

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Puzzles do not normally grow on trees – but this one is the exception! The proper name for the tree that the nut comes from is Xylocarpus granatum, but it is also known as the Patience Tree or the Cannonball Mangrove. It is found in East Africa and Southeast Asia, and the wood is used locally for making canoes and also for the production of charcoal. The fruit can be the size of a large orange, or even bigger, and in the middle is a woody capsule containing a number of seeds.

The number of seeds can vary apparently, with [Read More...]

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Color Sudoku

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Color Sudoku is inspired by the world famous Japanese game, this 9×9 grid has to be filled with nine different colors instead of the usual nine numbers from 1 to 9. Color Sudoku will show you patterns and logic’s not easily found on regular numbered Sudoku’s. If you have a Mac you can give it a try and you will see.

A continuous range of difficulty provides more control over your desired playing level. All nine colors are changeable (if you don’t like any of the original ones). Color placements and color annotations are easy to pick through a multicolor [Read More...]

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Bronze Rubik’s Cube

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A fully functional, reproduction of a Rubik’s Cube, hand cast in white bronze. It was cast in such a way as to have even shrinkage, but an unstable and rough surface.

After being cast in bronze, and assembled, it was treated by being buried in a mixture of dirt, various acids and salts, inside of a hand made birch box designed to keep the environment moist, but also to allow some passage of air and water, for about a year.

Marshallastor completed this piece in college, in 1999. He just finally got around to properly photographing it. A long winded [Read More...]

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