The Parallel Dimensions has a bit of everything. Its got 3 large rings, 1 piece with a closed loop at each end, 2 “U” shaped pieces, with closed loops at each end, a wooden ball, a fairly large wooden cube, and a cord which passes through the ball and the cube as well as entwined around the two “U” shaped pieces and one of the rings. The object is to remove that ring. It looks a little intimidating, and for good reason; it is not simple and has a Difficulty of 10 out of 10. As with other [Read More...]
It’s not everyday that I have the pleasure of reviewing a puzzle from someone that I truly respect and has been an inspiration when it comes to collecting puzzles. I remember back in 2008, when I first started to “gather” all these magnificent objects, looking at her collection in awe. I’m, of course, talking about miss puzzles, Roxanne Wong.
Her first venture into the world of puzzle design debuted last year with the Pionir Pyramid, which was her exchange puzzle at the IPP 32 in Washington D.C. With the help of Mr. Fok, the manufacturing was entrusted to [Read More...]
Vaccine Case is a brilliant, original, FUN, puzzle by Wataru Nakano.
The object is to kill the viruses with the matching gases by opening and closing doors. When the virus is killed, the gas will disappear from that room Therefore, you may need to save some gas for down the road.
Previously, I reviewed the Lite version which has 12 levels. The paid version is $2.99 with 100 levels. Well worth the money.
Jerry Slocum and Dieter Gebhardt have teamed up to produce a book on Anchor puzzles that have entertained and challenged millions of people who love puzzles. They have spent several decades and travelled countless miles, met with everyone they could find to piece together the complete history of these puzzles. From their earliest appearance in 1890, these puzzles have a history that is unimaginable , that is until you see what the research and lifelong efforts of these two world famous Puzzlers have learned and put together to produce in this book. It’s hard to [Read More...]