Flip Five is a Japanese online puzzle game. To be honest I don’t understand a thing on the web page, but I do understand the game.
Just turn all the nine tiles so you see all nine tiles (in a grid of 3×3) shows the figure five correctly. Just click between to tiles to flip them around. Nice games with a limit number of moves, so be careful before you make any move. Happy puzzling!
Tags: Puzzle Game
Satyendra Pakhalé designed in 2005 this puzzle carpet available in three different designs (Water, Grass and Sand).
This Italian Puzzle Carpet comes in soft expanded polyethylene coupled with polyester fabric, is 36cm by 36 cm and is 1.5cm thick. (14″ x 14″ and 0.6″ thick). Price including VAT is £9.49.
Available via Panik Design. Happy Puzzling!
Object of this puzzle is to first remove a wooden enclosure before you can open the bottle of wine locked. It’s not a puzzle for yourself but for friends, you can watch them struggle to remove the rope with wooden balls before they can open the wine bottle.
Lovely puzzle, though you have to install the puzzle yourself on a wine bottle and that the instructions are not that clear because they show how to [Read More...]
Clickmaze is a Java applet to be able to play clickmaze puzzle Jukebox online.
Jukebox is a mechanical puzzle by Oskar van Deventer. The object of Jukebox is to insert colored coins in the correct order into the juke-box (at the top) such that they drop out into the right colored baskets at the bottom.
All red coins should drop into the left red basket and all blue coins should drop into the right blue basket. The switches flip the coins left and right.
Can you drop the coins into the correct colored coin baskets and keep the music of [Read More...]
World most famous Sudoku solver Carol Vorderman will talk you through a number of topics including: An introduction to Sudoku: Learn the origins and rules of Sudoku puzzles. And a step-by-step guide on how to play Sudoku.
Carol Vorderman will lend a hand and help you solve an entire Sudoku puzzle from start to finish.
Hints and tips: Gain knowledge on how to become a great Sudoku player. Tutorials for every level of player, if you’re a master or novice, find out how to improve your game with live action, easy to follow tutorials.
Multi-player Hot seat and wireless play: [Read More...]
Come watch the world’s greatest solvers of the Rubik’s Cube compete for the fastest times under improbable Rubik’s Cube Solvers circumstances.
New World Records have been set at the last three Exploratorium-hosted Rubik’s Cube events. Will it happen again? The International Rubik’s Cube Competition returns to the Exploratorium on Saturday, January 13th, from 10am-4:30pm. This event is included in the price of admission to the Exploratorium.
Entry into the competition is open to anyone, although only the very fastest solvers will advance to subsequent rounds. Registration is from 10-11am. Competition begins at 11am. Events will include the 3x3x3, 4x4x4, and [Read More...]
This Christmas I got a fantastic wooden puzzle from Santa Claus called Porcupine by Family Games.
This genius-level wooden puzzle [10" x 10" x 10" or 25cm x 25cm x 25cm], challenges you to release the central disk by manipulating the ten wooden rods. The puzzle is already assembled so you can start puzzling directly after opening the big box. Well this year Santa got me puzzled not more than 15 minutes before the wooden disk was released (to be honest my brother was not very happy about that).
At least the wooden Porcupine puzzle will [Read More...]