Sola Rola (aka The Gravity Maze) is a cleverly done and nice Flash puzzle game.
The object of Sola Rola is to get both the red ball and the blue ball (Wiz and Waz) to their exits. Players rotate the entire maze board to get the balls to roll to their exits. The levels start out fairly simple, although they look difficult at the start, it’s easy to get the balls to their exits. As the levels progress they add switches to the mix and give them different colors. Green switches open green doors and red switches open red doors. [Read More...]
Next to Flash Puzzle game Click Maze there is also a sequel. Of course this puzzle game is called Click Maze 2. But you can play Click Maze 2 without playing Click Maze 1 first. Instructions on how to play are embedded at the beginning of the game. Your objective in Click Maze 2 is to guide a small red ball to the big red ball without hitting any obstacles in the way. This requires sometimes some puzzling and defining a strategy how to pass all obstacles. If you hit the obstacles you lose a life, you have [Read More...]
About five months ago I already wrote about Number Maze, which has been renamed to Hour Maze which is much more logic as you will read later on.
Also you can now solve Hour Mazes online at the Hour Maze website. Hour Maze is a Sudoku-like maze puzzle that uses the number pattern from a clock face, one through twelve.
Players must link these numbers in either direction – clockwise or counter clockwise – through the maze to solve the puzzle according to the rules.
- Place any [Read More...]
To celebrate todays World Animal Day on the 4th of October a link to the World Animal Day website where you can find a lot puzzles for children of all ages in their special Kids Zone.
Different kind of puzzles are sorted in level three levels. You can solve puzzles like mazes, word search puzzles, animal anagrams and much more. Happy Puzzling! (and don’t forget to Do Something Special Today for the Animals in your Life!
Maze is a simple but nice Flash Puzzle Game. Your object is to find your way out of the randomly generated maze by finding a key to open doors and locating the exit. Collect a the hammer so you can use the hammer to break down a wall. You’re playing against a time limit. The most I like is that you are only able to see a part of the maze, to view the complete maze you can find a map in the maze and have a look at it. Enjoy Maze
At stevemata.com you can download a demo of the maze/sokoban/transport puzzle game he created. It’s variant of the world famous Sega arcade game Pengo from 1982.
The game takes place in an overhead maze made of blocks where the Blue character has to move barrels and find your way through the maze to end up a rotating red/white pill.
You can not only view mazes world wide via Google Earth but you can also try to find a maze of a world famous person like Oprah.
While looking at the sixteen strangest sights in Google Earth I saw a maze representing the face of Oprah. An Arizona farmer built this 10-acre homage to the talk show host (Google Earth coordinates 33.225488,-111.5955). Visitors can tell their friends, “I got lost inside Oprah’s head.”. Happy Puzzling!