At cufflinks dot com they sell all kinds of cufflinks for every occasion, even for people who love to show their passion for puzzles they have three different kind of puzzle related cufflinks.
The first pair of cufflinks brings the party to your wrist. A great way to pass a flight. You have to match the loose balls to their home color and you win.
The second pair of cufflinks you can use during a meeting when you are bored. Turn up your wrist and navigate the three balls into the crown.
The third and last pair [Read More...]
Ever wondered how many different states of Rubik’s Cube are possible? Well you need a computer to record that. And you know what, you can get money for that.
A computer institute has been awarded $200,000 in order to solve the legendary eighties puzzle, the Rubik’s Cube. Director of the Institute for Complex Scientific Software at Northeastern University in Boston, Gene Cooperman, is studying Rubik’s Cubes as a way of setting up machines to study combinatorial problems in science and operations research.
He wants to record as many different states of the Rubik’s Cube as possible, which he says will [Read More...]
Lost Sock Games released Kakuro Quest for Mac.
Kakuro Quest puzzles resemble crosswords or Cross Sums that use numbers, rather than words. Players must fill all the blank squares in the grid with only the digits 1-9, ensuring the numbers add up to the corresponding clues. The Grid grows from 7 X 7 to 10 X 12, challenging players to fill the grid to complete the puzzle.
The game features unlimited puzzles, a “Quest Mode” via map play with increasing difficulty, and the ability to print out puzzles to solve them on paper.
More information on how [Read More...]
Circles looks simple but can very frustrating flash puzzle and is created by Different Cloth. Via the circles homepage you can choose between the first version v1 and the latest version v3.764 of circles.
Both version have their own rules and for each level the rules can be different. Just be creative to find your way to the next level. Happy Puzzling!
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In a previous post in informed you about The Wasabi Code which starts at July 21st 2006.
The puzzle begins with a simple anagram “I Was In A Beam” which is really simple if you look at the domain name of the Wasabi Code website. Hopefully the real Wasabi Code is more interesting. Happy Puzzling!
There’s a new puzzle game on the handheld horizon today, with Namco Bandai announcing it will bring Gunpey to both the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS. The game is expected to hit both systems this holiday season.
Gunpey’s puzzle gameplay is as follows: lines of various angles climb up the screen, meaning the player’s objective is to flip the lines, which are located in squares, to connect them over five columns. Connecting lines from left to right removes the connected row (think Tetris), and if an incomplete line reaches the top of the screen the game ends. Gunpey is an [Read More...]
Taking a note from the successful Dan Brown novel, Wasabi Anime will be producing a uniquely planned scavenger hunt called “The WaSabi Code” for this year’s Anime Festival Orlando (July 28th-30th) at the Wyndham Orlando Resort on International Drive. Anime and puzzle fans will compete for hundreds of dollars worth of 2007 anime and pop culture convention tickets.
The puzzle begins with a simple anagram (that will be available at www.wasabianime.com on July 21st) which will be a clue for solving the other puzzles in the Anime Festival Orlando convention guide. Once all the puzzles are completed, players will discover [Read More...]