Applebee’s Qatar (Foodvest Company) has launched recently the Mr. Apple and tiny bee children program at both Applebee’s Restaurants.
Nathan Hughes the Applebee’s Regional Senior Manager, HR and training stated that this great program has been launched regionally as our commitment to children by providing nutritious meals along with educational games and activities.
Mr Apple and Tiny bee programme is great for kids as it enhance thinking through puzzles, number games and maps added Medhat Yassin Al Jassim Group Marketing Manager. Happy Puzzling!
Via: The Peninsula
Tags: Puzzle | Applebees
A few weeks ago a blogged that there now is the Kakuro Quest puzzle for the Mac.
Thanks to a comment from ‘Aaron Mark’ I can now also tell you that there is a website where also Mac Safari users can play online Kakuro. The website is called kakuroconquest.com.
All Safari users enjou Kakuro ! The website also works with Firefox and Internet Explorer. Do you want to know how Kakuro works please visit our Kakuro Strategies webpage. Happy Puzzling!
Modern TV detectives are a pretty soft lot. The officers in the likes of CSI and Waking the Dead seem to be far more interested in laboratory work than the no-nonsense shouting and shooting of The Sweeney and Dirty Harry.
But there’s good news for one of the old school hard nuts: Kojak is set to make a comeback via the mobile games scene.
The Kojak game, currently in production from Ojom, places you in the role of the lolly-pop-sucking detective as you solve a series of brutal crimes. The action is played out in an adventure style, requiring the [Read More...]
Grow Cube is a nice looking online grow puzzle game which can keep you busy for hours.
All you have to do is to click ten items in the right order. If you have the sequence right you will get some congratulations. There are several puzzles at the Eyezmaze website which will keep you busy the coming weekend.
Enjoy the music during solving Grow Cube. The picture posted shows you not the right solution. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Puzzle Game
Yesterday I received an email from Michael Jensen who is looking for beta-tester for two new puzzle he invented called WORDI and WordiPRO. As puzzle lover I tried to solve a few puzzles and I can not say that I really like them. Next to that I don’t think Michael invented a new puzzle but just made a combination of word puzzles which already exists. Till now most puzzlers who’ve tried them so far think they’re pretty fun, even addictive. They say they’re not hugely challenging, just quite satisfying.
WORDI Puzzles: Intersect the ten words provided. Words will read horizontally (five rows) [Read More...]
“Perhaps the secret to the launch information for Wii is somehow encoded in the text of this news item” – this is how a sadistically teasing Nintendo PR guy chose to introduce the company’s latest press release. The announcement focuses mostly on Nintendo’s handheld games coming in the fourth quarter of 2006, with only a brief mentioning of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess for the GameCube and Wii.
“As the weather cools down, the Nintendo portable game offerings heat up. Final Fantasy V Advance makes its way to Game Boy Advance SP on Nov. 6. (…)
Nintendo DS owners [Read More...]
Anyone remember the game MetaSquares? Over 100,000 people played it during the year it ran on America Online (1996-1997).
MetaSquares is a two-player board game designed by Scott Kim for Metacreations, makers of Kai’s Power Tools and other graphics software. MetaSquares is a bit like tic-tac-toe, but instead of trying to get three in a row you are trying to get four in a square. Two players take turns placing pieces on an 8 by 8 board. When a player gets four pieces at the corners of a square, the square is drawn in and the player gets [Read More...]