Polygon Puzzle is a tessellation puzzle inspired by Beat The Computer.
Pieces of connecting regular polygons are arranged to fit into predefined trays. The mathematical names of the shapes are polyhexes, polyominoes, and polyiamonds.
The latest version 1.7 has two new puzzle trays with more sophisticated color schemes and support for the wheel mouse under Windows XP.
You can download Polygon puzzle for free at fresh meat dot net. Happy Puzzling!
For all Rubik Cube lovers who want to learn to solve Rubik’s Cube Blind-folded (or with your eyes wide open) there is a website dedicated on how to do this.
Michael Curtis is working out a method on how to solve Rubik’s Cube blind-folded. You can find some nice tips and tricks on solving Rubik’s Cube. Even if you not want to learn solving Rubik’s Cube blind-folded this site is really helpful to learn some solving methods. Michael gives an overview of how to use memory techniques and all stages of study needed so that you can do the cube [Read More...]
Sudoku puzzles are literally everywhere these days. But how can the mastery of playing them be accomplished? This is the question Sudoku Hint’s new Sudoku Guide is trying to answer. Coming as a digitally downloadable ebook it is and ideal Christmas gift you can get with a few minutes notice and even send someone by email.
The Sudoku puzzle has been the most successful launch of a new puzzle game ever, and today it can be found in daily newspapers all over the world. It also comes in many digital formats for computers, cell phones or portable gaming systems.
The [Read More...]
3D Desktop Jigsaw Puzzle Screen Saver shows you how as your desktop, or any other image you like, is broken up into a jigsaw puzzle and then slowly put back together again. The jigsaw pieces move around in 3D, and you can display any image you want! Here are some key features of 3D Desktop Jigsaw Puzzle Screen saver:- Display the screen you were just working on, or any other image you like, as a 3D moving jigsaw puzzle! You have to see it in motion to truly appreciate it.- Display your own digital photos as a jigsaw puzzle, making [Read More...]
The brightly-colored over-sized map puzzle of the world that covers 26′ sq. and depicts latitude, longitude, every flag, country name, and time zone on the planet, and facilitates the development of geographical awareness at an early age.
The maps 252 pieces are crafted of rugged non-toxic 1/2″ double-layered EVA foam and when fully assembled, the map is over 6 1/2′ long and 4′ wide. The map can serve as a play mat as well as an over-sized pin-up board (backing not included). Includes carrying case for easy transport and storage of pieces. Waterproof, washable, and hypoallergenic. Ages 3 and up. [Read More...]
At the Kaleidoscope website there is a new Kaleidoscope puzzle challenge every week.
One of the Kaleidoscope Classic Puzzle lovers is Mike and he put all the Kaleidoscope Classic puzzles at his Kaleidoscope Classic website including all his solutions. So if you are looking for lots of Kaleidoscope Classic Puzzles, Mike’s site is the place to go.
If you want more information about Kaleidoscope Classic please feel free to read a previous post about Kaleidoscope Classic at Passion for Puzzles weblog including a link to the official Kaleidoscope website.
At a Dutch website called Mega Gadgets I found an announcement for a new puzzle.
For everybody who played with Rubik’s Cube when they were young there is a new and more difficult challenge called Im-Puzzle-Ball.
The Im-Puzzle-Ball is as the name suggest almost impossible to solve. The object of this 3D maze puzzle is to move two balls from one side (entrance) to the other side (exit).
Therefor you have to rotate the Im-Puzzle-Ball which consist of 26 rooms. A ball can only move from one room to another room is the colors of both “doors” [Read More...]