All pictures of my puzzle collection can also be viewed via Flickr.
Becky created a very nice application to use Flickr photo’s for a Sudoku puzzle. For the ones who love to solve a Sudoku with pictures of my puzzle collection from Flickr just click here and type at the bottom of the page ‘puzzle’ as picture tags and ‘passionforpuzzles’ as username.
Don’t forget, all credits are for Becky. Happy Puzzling!
“It’s not usual practice for a High Court judge to issue a ruling in which he has hidden an encrypted message”. That’s a quote from one of the articles about the ruling concerning the book “The Da Vinci Code”. The judges hide a secret message in the ruling (the pdf version can be found here). Judge Peter Smith put a secret message in the ruling of 71 pages by putting some letters in italic. The first letters formed the words “Smithy Code”, referring to the title of the book of Dan Brown.
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After solving a few Hexafex I can say I like them but not as much as Sudoku. The puzzle area where you are working on is smaller than at Sudoku and you just have to count till six.
Probably for a lot of readers this is an old puzzle but for the ones how don’t know this one yet it wil be 10 levels of puzzle pleasure based upon the Xbox 360.
You only have the clues provided with each level to make it to the next level. Just be creative and look wherever you can (page source, URL etc.). Happy Puzzling!
A lovely flash puzzle for the smart ones.
You start with five pieces and you’ll have to figure out how to fit them into the square. They may touch each other but any overlap of the pieces is not allowed. Five pieces and one square should be easy but be aware …
Instructions: To rotate, hold SHIFT-key and click your left mouse button. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Puzzle Game
Esc. is a difficult three-screen point and click puzzle game and is made by the Japanese programmer YCC.
This is a game you can solve or not and you will find out very soon. You start in a prison cell and as the name of the game already tells … you need to escape. Enjoy the puzzle or get frustrated. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Puzzle Game
What more can you see when you see art, especially when it is inspired by a puzzle. Just watch and enjoy or not.
The title (in Dutch) is “Puzzel vrouw” translated in English “Puzzle Woman” and is created by Karin Arink. Happy Puzzling!