At a Dutch website called Mega Gadgets I found an announcement for a new puzzle.
For everybody who played with Rubik’s Cube when they were young there is a new and more difficult challenge called Im-Puzzle-Ball.
The Im-Puzzle-Ball is as the name suggest almost impossible to solve. The object of this 3D maze puzzle is to move two balls from one side (entrance) to the other side (exit).
Therefor you have to rotate the Im-Puzzle-Ball which consist of 26 rooms. A ball can only move from one room to another room is the colors of both “doors” [Read More...]
Maze lovers ventured into the safari world as they took on a giant giraffe puzzle in Whaplode (UK).
Maze in Maize opened for its second season on Saturday and is the brainchild of farmer Lance Whittington. The shape of the new larger layout was a closely guarded secret until the opening weekend, which attracted 150 visitors. The maize, planted and shaped by hand, is currently around four to six feet tall but will grow up to eight feet.
There is a circular maze for children, which is impossible to get lost in, an idea Mr Whittington came up with after [Read More...]
Naef Animal Puzzle are designed by Aoi Huber Kono in 1975 for Naef Toys in Switzerland. Children love to play with this fantastic wooden Animal Puzzle! Whether an elephant, monkey, lion, owl, hare or bear – all of these animal’s faces can be made with the 25 maple wood cubes. Don’t be amazed if they make imaginary animals such as a “lion- owl” or an “elephant-bear”. Three cards depicting the six basic motifs are enclosed as a guide. The Naef animal puzzle is available at Nova68.com.
River Crossing made by ThinkFun/Binary Art is one of my favorite puzzles.
At Clickmazes you can find different kind of plank puzzles like Route 66 (minimal 66 moves needed to complete), Hex Swamp and much more. Your challenge is to find a route across a crocodile infested swamp using just a handful of rather short and different size of planks. Fortunately the planks are light enough to move around, and the swamp is full of old tree-stumps which will support the planks to form temporary bridges. So by careful planning, and re-use of planks, you [Read More...]