If you like Bloxorz and have an iPhone you can now play Loocube on your iPhone.
At the WeiPhone.com website you can find the release for this very addictive puzzle game variant of Bloxorz. The goal of Loocube (also called Loo) is to get your block in the little hole, just as in Bloxorz.
The game is also exactly the same as Cubicman but has much nicer graphics.
You can download Loocube from WeiPhone (Chinese website) after you downloaded the installer. Happy Puzzling!
Update : A Bloxorz variant called [Read More...]
Ice Princess game description : The beautiful princess Mariebelle has been kidnapped by a magician who keeps her in an ice palace. She must be freed or her heart will turn to ice and she’ll lose her feelings of love and kindness.
A bold prince must find his way through maze-like paths to reach her. Use ice [Read More...]
Puzzle developer Alex has released a new version of Puzzle Maniak 0.2 for the iPhone (1.1.3) and iPod Touch (1.1.1). This version of Puzzle Maniak inlcudes 17 different puzzle games.
The list of puzzle games contains (in alphabetic order): Blackbox, Bridges, Dominosa, Flip, Galaxies, Guess (aka Mastermind), Light Up (aka Akari), Loopy (aka Slitherlink), Map, Net (aka Netwalk), Netslide, Pattern (aka Picross), Samegame, Slant, Rectangles, Tents and Untangle (aka Planarity).
With this new release it is also possible to save your scores. As I look at the comments there are still some bugs but they are solved [Read More...]
DropSum is an addictive online math puzzle game created by Nick Harper that takes logic and quick thinking to survive.
The object of DropSum is to take the random numbers you are given and make rows or columns that add up to the number 9. The game board consists of seven columns and seven rows. Place each number in the column of your choice by clicking on it.
Make as many combinations of nine as possible. Once you make a combination that adds up to 9, the numbers that made that combination of 9 [Read More...]
In Paso Doble (named after the Spanish dance Paso Doble which stands for double step) you move your puppet with the arrow keys (or h-j-k-l). Each time you request a movement, the puppet will assess whether it is possible to move twice on that direction, also considering climbing on the walls. If a double move is possible, the puppet will make it, thus moving [Read More...]
Andrew Fentem is a cutting-edge electronics engineer in research and interface development. The primary aim of his research work has been the creation of intellectual property relating to the design of electronic entertainment devices. Of particular technical significance are the pioneering research-based advances in the fields of multi-touch touch screens, multi-object-tracking, kinetic surfaces, and RFID hardware.
A by-product of these activities has been the creation of a sizable collection of innovative high-specification prototype systems, and what might be called ‘machine art’.
One of the prototypes is Fentix Cube. But this time the Rubik’s Cube is not mechanic but electronic with [Read More...]
A few weeks ago I already blogged about a new Number Puzzle Game Numbrosia for your Facebook account. I also mentioned that it would be great to have Numbrosia as an online puzzle game for everybody.
To my surprise I received two weeks later an email from the developer Amir to tell that puzzle game Numbrosia is online and can be played by everybody without any registration.
Update: Numbroisa in not available anymore on Facebook or online, but only for the iPhone and iPod via the iTune store.
In short Numbrosia is a number/slider [Read More...]