The Planets game is an extremely fun and challenging puzzle that involves rotating the planets so that each side of the pyramid has its own color.
Rotating the planets can be a challenge on its own as planets have craters which may lock up if not positioned properly. Work around the planets until you reach your objective.
This highly addictive little puzzle requires lateral thinking and strategic planning! Recommended for ages 8 and older.
According to Dr. Toy this is a unique puzzle that challenges children to strategic games in two formats: 2D, where there are 76 pre-set problems to solve (you can set your own additional ones) and 3D Pyramids, where there are 25 pre-set problems to solve (again, you can set your own additional ones).
To play 2D games, take out the 12 colorful pieces of puzzles from the box [Read More...]
According to the report Scramble Square is a exquisite, award-winning Scramble Squares brain teaser puzzles for ages 4 to 104 are at least as popular with adults, seniors, teenagers and college students as they are with children. Although each Scramble Squares puzzle has only nine 4″ x 4″ pieces, Scramble Squares puzzles are Perhaps the World’s Most Challenging Puzzle! At under $10.00 retail, Scramble Squares puzzles [Read More...]
Eidos Interactive, one of the world’s leading publishers and developers of entertainment software, is pleased to announce ZENDOKU, a new puzzle game for PSP (PlayStation Portable) system and Nintendo DS platforms.
Developed by Zoonami Ltd, ZENDOKU blends exciting puzzle battle action with addictive Sudoku gameplay. Set against a whimsical Far Eastern backdrop with a light-hearted martial arts theme, ZENDOKU offers a variety of colorful characters and a comprehensive range of single-player and wireless multi-player game modes.
Players choose a character and use the unique controls of the handheld console to attack or defend against a challenger, or [Read More...]
At free-games.com.au you can find a free version of Sudoku for your mobile next to other puzzles and games. Just find your favorite puzzle game. Best part of this mobile version of Sudoku is that there are (virtual) unlimited number of grids so you will never end up with the same grid over and over again.
Thanks to a gift from my brother another wooden puzzle has been added to my puzzle collection.
Only difference is that this wooden version is with a fish print and the other triangle puzzle is with a frog print. Happy Puzzling!
A few months ago I already wrote about Gene Cooperman who received US$ 200.000 to solve Rubik’s Cube. But there is more behind the story.
Researchers are striving to help companies improve efficiency by studying the puzzle of all puzzles: the Rubik’s Cube. By using a lot of computers to solving Rubik’s Cube.
Armed with at least 64 microprocessors and 20 terabytes of space, a professor from Northeastern University in Boston will try to do just that by recording as many states of the Rubik’s Cube as possible.
The project may seem [Read More...]