And at Lightforce they are right. Plinx is a Flash version of the old DOS puzzle called Pinx. Plinx got 20 mind breaking levels.
They objective is to place the boxes to their corresponding shapes in the bar at the bottom. Happy puzzling !
Today I added Sudoku 3D to my puzzle collection. To be honest it is just a puzzle for the collection, nothing more and nothing less it’s rubbish.
The name of the puzzle made me buy the puzzle but basically it has nothing to do with Sudoku. It is just another Rubik’s replica with the numbers one to nine on each side. No colors just boring grey with numbers.
For the real Sudoku lovers and smarties (as the creator’s of Kokonotsu call them) there is a website at kokonotsu with every day a new online Super Sudoku Puzzle.
They call the Super Sudoku “Kokonotsu” which is a 9-letter word and meaning “nine” in Japanese. The difference between Kokonotsu and a normal Sudoku is that there is a fourth and fifth dimensions added to the normal Sudoku. Next to the normal numerals 1 through 9 you have to place in each row, column and 3×3 square.
Kokonotsu adds the two major diagonals. Also, there is a Magic Puzzle [Read More...]
First of all I have to say that I don’t understand one word, but this Rubik’s Magic video is so magical.
Update : Video has been removed, please find your favorite Rubik’s Magic video at YouTube
Buy Rubik’s Magic at Amazon. Happy Puzzling!
One of my favorite website for mobile puzzle games is GetJar. They have tons of Java games and puzzles you can play on your mobile phone or any other mobile device.
Solitaire is a simple but nice puzzle especially for kids. Just download the files and upload them to your mobile.
You can also try to solve the online version of Solitaire at our online puzzle game page. Happy Puzzling!
For people working on visualizing puzzles and creating user interfaces for puzzles I found a very well explained document (pdf version) written by Kozo Sugiyama, Seok-Hee Hong and Atsuhiko Maeda and published on their website of the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney in Australia.
They described two abstract models of puzzles called permutation puzzles and cyclic puzzles, which can be modeled as puzzle graphs. They also discuss a method for constructing symmetric layouts of puzzles, as symmetry is the most important aesthetic criteria for the puzzle layout. Happy Puzzling!
Today I received a comment for Puzzler on a previous post about Slitherlink puzzles with a few more links to play online Slitherlink. And because the post is from March 2005 I think you will enjoy the links. Puzzler recently got also hooked on the puzzle Slitherlink and would like to share his collection of links for online versions of the game: