The NAS Sudokuthon is the UK’s biggest ever Sudoku event, challenging people across the UK to complete as many Sudoku grids as they can at work, at school or online – all in aid of The National Autistic Society (NAS).
The are aiming to complete 500,000 Sudoku grids and raise £500,000 for children with autism and their families. That’s one grid for every person affected by autism in the UK.
World Famous Sudoku Solver Carol Vorderman is one of the celebrities who supports the NAS Sudokuthon.
The best think Stephen will attempt to solve it too. That is unless anyone can post their solution first.
Buy Futoshiki Puzzle Books from Amazon.com. Happy Puzzling!
Connect 2 is a simple but addictive Flash Puzzle game which you can play at Free Online Games. It’s is some kind of memory puzzle but now you have to connect pairs of matching tiles by creating a path between them and clear all the tiles before the time runs out (there are different kind of kitchen appliances on the tiles).
This is a time based challenging puzzle game where you need to concentrate hard to find pairs of matching tiles to make them disappear. You must create a path between the two matching tiles but [Read More...]
The Queen’s Jewels is yet another variant of the world famous puzzle game Bejeweled, but this time with a twist.
In this version you have to move the columns or spin the dial to match 3 or more of the same colored gems.
Lovely games which will keep you puzzling for hours. Happy Puzzling!
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Just plug this 110 mm-tall (4 inch) decorative puzzle into your iPod and watch the 27 light patterns sparkle to the beat. Or, if silence is your preferred modality, you can simply watch it glow.
The speakers will be released only in Japan end of October. No specs are available yet and will cost 5000 yen (US$ 45). Happy Puzzling!
Qobix is simple but addictive flash puzzle game which you can play online for free.
You have to your little Q dude around a pyramid of lighted blocks. When you step on a block, it changes color. Change all the block tops to the right color and you will move on to the next level.
Don’t forget to use the flying saucer pads. Happy Puzzling!
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At speedcubing.com I read about a new version of a robot called RuBot II which solves Rubik’s Cube. Solving Rubik’s Cube is one thing, but building a real looking robot solving Rubik’s Cube is really something else.
RuBot II has been built by Pete Redmond from Dublin in Ireland. It has to be the coolest looking robot solver ever with sound and music. There are cameras in the eyes of the head that scan the cube before the pneumatic arms solve it. It usually solves the Cube in a max of about 50 seconds (not including [Read More...]