Via Kotuka.com I found the new commercial from PS3. They use an eighties icon (Rubik’s Cube) to promote their latest 21st century PS3.
You can watch the commercial at YouTube. Nice commercial though. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube | PS3
Last week I also received an email from Dirk to inform me about a daily logic puzzle game called Nummix.
Update: No more daily Nummix from gamevertising.com, but you can still read how it works at Puzzelland.com
This logic puzzle game is a digital safe where you have to crack the code. Based on equation you have to try to crack a six digit code. You can ask for hints one by one. Daily there will be a new Nummix puzzle to crack. Happy Puzzling!
Last week I received an e-mail about a Sudoku look-a-like, called Trigon Puzzles.
Trigon is a set of triangular domino’s is put together in various shapes and sizes. There is a number on each side of the triangle and a central number which is the sum of the side numbers. Where two sides meet, the number is the same.
To save writing the number twice a gap is left in the sides. The problem is that you are only presented with the central number and you have to use logic to determine the side numbers. Happy Puzzling!
Puzzle Land is a remake of the Gameboy game Daedalian opus also known as puzzle road in Japan.
The game play and levels are the same but the graphics, music sounds have changed. It’s a puzzle game with 36 levels, in each level you’ll get a number of blocks and with these blocks you’ll have to try to create a pre-defined shape.
In later levels you’ll have more blocks to your disposal and the difficulty will increase. You can easily spend 30 minutes on one puzzle. You can download Puzzle Land 1.0 at FreshFolder. Happy Puzzling!
Today I received an email from Merlin Dunlop about a website with a lot of information about impossible puzzles including a lot of pictures of different kind of impossible puzzles.
Most impossible puzzle consist of a object within a bottle, the only question is: how did it get in and how will I get it out of the bottle. I will already tell you that Merlin will not uncover the way how to make such a bottle puzzle. Happy Puzzling!
In Vancouver (Canada) Joe Defries will try to solve puzzles on a game board that’s 450 feet long and three feet wide (150 meter x 1 meter). He’s going for the Sudoku record for the Guiness people. There is no official record holder for this one yet.
He will work at the puzzle for a minimum of 24 hours this Sunday the 5th of September, raising money for B.C. Children’s Hospital at the same time. Joe Defries is already in the Guiness Book of World Records for solo hand-bells. He rang them for 28 hours and [Read More...]
Via Daily DIY I found a description on how to make your own Rubik’s Cube Halloween costume.
There is also a Flickr photo set available with pictures of all steps there are to make your own Rubik’s Cube Halloween Costume. Probably too late for this year, but maybe you can already start to build your own Rubik’s Cube costume for next years Halloween. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube | Halloween