The first mobile phone with integrated puzzle is designed by GMEA (Russian designer Dima Komissarov) and at GMEA they call it “the first ever real game phone”.
Instead of a normal keypad it has a keypad that mimics a sliding puzzle (also known as 15 puzzle). You can move each key around to arrange them however you like, although the right positions are marked underneath, so you can get them back into place if necessary.
Who will ever think about combining Rubik’s Cube and a MP3 Player, well Hee Yong did.
The Rubik’s Cube MP3 player got all the functionalities of an MP3 player and a Rubik’s Cube. But first before you can operate the MP3 player, you have to turn and align it in certain ways and to turn it off you have to complete the puzzle.
I think Speedcubing is essential in this case. Via Yanko Design. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: MP3 player | Rubik’s Cube
Via su.doku.es I found another variant of the famous Sudoku puzzles. It’s called Pandigital Sudoku.
Object is to fill in the Sudoku grid so that every row, every column, and every 3 x 3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. These are the original Sudoku rules. Additional the rows form 9 correct arithmetic expressions reading from left to right.
There is only one solution to complete Pandigital Sudoku. Happy Puzzling!
Game maker Compile Heart released some details on their upcoming Wii puzzle game called No-Kone Puzzle: Takoron.
In this new game you use the Wii remote to move around a 2×2 cursor and place colored octopi inside them. When you press A the octopi rotate and you can move them around into the numbered nets.
The goal is to move the same colored octopi in the net to clear them from the board. For instance if you bring five red octopi under the net numbered five you will erase them and all of the other red octopi touching the ones [Read More...]
When you want to share your passion for puzzles with your Valentine now you can order a customized Valentine Jigsaw Puzzle.
Your message of love and affection is revealed, piece-by-piece, as your Valentine solves this jigsaw puzzle! (11″H x 14″W = 28cm x 35cm). They will personalize the 140-piece puzzle with any message with a maximum of 60 characters.
The puzzle is made of sturdy puzzle board, the pieces come in a red organza bag tied with a drawstring ribbon. An unforgettable way to get your feelings across for just $20. Please keep in mind it requires up to 4 [Read More...]
Sagem Communication, which took over Philips Fax Business Unit in 2002 has unveiled its first Philips consumer fax machines in Australia – and they come with a Sudoku function.
The Philips Magic 5 series fax machines are designed with an emphasis on smaller, compact size. Features include ring tones which can be assigned to individual phone numbers, pre-defined fax forms in different languages, caller ID and one touch message retrieval.
There is also an SMS function, allowing you to send and receive SMS via the landline. And for the many Sudoku addicts out there, Sagem has even packed in a [Read More...]
Learn all the continents of the world with this fun and educational flash puzzle game offered by Owl & Mouse Educational Software for free. The object is to move all parts as quickly as possible in the right place.
The heart of geography, and even the source of its name, is the map – a picture of the world which organizes our understanding of places. Manipulating a map, assembling it, is the best way to learn where the different countries are and what other countries they are near to or far way from. This forms a lasting image and understanding. [Read More...]