Oskar van Deventer has invented so many puzzles over the last thirty years that he could fill up a museum with all of his creations. The one that I’m reviewing today is another great design by him, which consists of four mazes that need to be solved simultaneously.
The Medallion (originally called Four D), was initially made by George Miller in acrylic and was Oskar’s exchange puzzle at the 23rd annual IPP (International Puzzle Party). It was later picked by Hanayama for mass-production and is now sold at PuzzleMaster.
The puzzle bears a slight resemblance to [Read More...]
Plumber 3 is another online pipeline puzzle game but this time with a sliding puzzle (aka puzzle of 15) twist.
In Plumber 3 you can you can only slide a a piece with parts of pipes on it into an empty spot (indicated by the yellow arrows), and you must connect the blue pipeline with the gold exit pipe. Happy Puzzling!
Sokoban Paradise consists of five different Sokoban puzzles (a type of transport puzzle, in which the player pushes boxes around a maze) by Dries De Clercq.
In all these Sokoban puzzles the object is to push boxes around and try to put them in predetermined areas, in these Sokoban variants the boxes can also have a different color or symbol.
BrainDrop is short but interesting logic puzzle game with just five levels by Hoodamath.
Object of BrainDrop is to drop the gold ball down but without dropping any of the silver balls. Once you beat a level, you can replay to improve your score. Happy Puzzling!
Object is to manipulate gravity in this platform puzzler Gravity Boy, collect all 175 starts while you move Gravity Boy in each level to the exit. Happy Puzzling!
Object of Card Box Assembler is to guide Melvin trough a 3D cube where gravity is relative. Melvin must collect keys and gems to unlock increasingly confusing levels
For you that means more than 30 levels of platforming puzzles, and the satisfaction of helping Melvin find himself. Cardboard Box [Read More...]
Maze ‘n Math is a great combination between a maze and math puzzle game.
Object of Maze ‘n Math is to collect numbers with the red box and clear the game board. When the red box’s number is smaller than the one collected, it will show the sum of the two; if it’s larger, it’ll show the difference. When the numbers are the same, the box will clear.
Can you solve all 25 levels? Happy Puzzling!