The legendary Russian casual game Color Lines (beside Tetris) is back, but there’s something special about this particular version. It’s an original version of year 1992. It’s not a clone or remake, It’s 100% authentic Color Lines of DOS times spawned hundreds of remakes.
Interesting facts about the game for iPhone and iPod: - 100% authentic, without any changes in memory of original 16 years old. Special present for fans and special chance to point where it [Read More...]
After 25 million plays online, the popular, intelligent plat-former puzzle game ‘Shift’ has been released for the iPhone. Released by Armor Games, Shift is available to purchase – with an extended demo for free – at the App-Store.
Armor Games, a leader in developing and providing Flash games to video game experts and novices alike, has announced the popular puzzle flash game ‘Shift’ has been released for the iPhone.
Known for its intricate puzzles that force players to use creative intelligence, Shift has grown wildly in popularity, with it being played more than 25 million times to date. Many have [Read More...]
What’s new in the latest iPhone Sudoku Grab version: - You can now customize the colors of the numbers - You can switch the timer off - Built in puzzles now have history (up to a maximum of 20 per difficulty level) - Numbers on the recognition screen are now much bigger - Usability improvement for color blind users (Daltonism) (added a “?” to problem numbers). - [Read More...]
Mid June the world famous puzzle game Triazzle will be available for the iPhone. In this interview with the creator of Triazzle, Dan Gilbert he will tell us more about this great news and also about the history of Traizzle and how stimulating and creative puzzle designing is.
TELL ME SOMETHING ABOUT YOURSELF – I’m a graphic designer and I’ve designed a lot of consumer products too. I have a background in fine art with a degree in printmaking from Carnegie Mellon. For a short while I taught printmaking in Pittsburgh, then I moved to California in 1976 and began [Read More...]
KenKen for your iPhone / iPod is called iKendu and you can download iKendu for free.
To solve an iKendu (KenKen) puzzle, you combine numbers in each bordered region with the given math operation to obtain the region’s given answer while not repeating any number in any row or column.
The first two iKendu puzzles will help you understand how it works, and you will soon be able to solve all 100 iKendu puzzles. iKendu comes with 10 Easy to Medium (3×3), 40 Medium to Hard (4×4), 40 puzzles Medium to Hard (5×5) and 10 Hard to Difficult (6×6) KenKen [Read More...]
The Rules are simple: 1. Rows and columns are divided into compartments of white squares. 2. Squares in compartments need to be filled in with single numbers. 3. These must complete a ‘straight’. A straight is a set of numbers with no gaps and in any order. 4. No single number can repeat in any row or column. 5. Clues in black cells remove that number as an option in that row and [Read More...]
The New York Times has just released a new crosswords app for the iPhone and iPod touch. It is designed to closely mirror the print crossword experience, with a simple user interface and three different puzzle views. It features daily puzzles from the newspaper, 30 classic puzzles edited by Will Shortz, The Times’ Crossword editor, and an additional archive of more than 4,000 puzzles.
Other features include the ability to: - Send messages and compare your solve times with friends online. - Compete against top players via the online leader boards. - Listen to the in-game soundtrack or your favorite tunes from [Read More...]