“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. (…)
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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...]
The in-game soundtrack to the new music oriented puzzle game Lumines II has been announced. In this sequel to Lumines, actual music videos will appear in the game which I think is quite distracting. I like to solve my puzzles where it quiet so I can focus on solving the puzzle. But who am I to judge ;-)
Lumines II In-Game Music Video Track ListingBeck – “Black Tambourine”Black Eyed Peas – “Pump It”Chemical Brothers – “Star Guitar”Fatboy Slim – “Gangster Trippin’”The Go! Team – “Bottle Rocket”Gwen Stefani – “Hollaback Girl”Hoobastank – “Born to Lead”Junior Senior – “Take My Time”Missy Elliott [Read More...]
Each side of the puzzle has as usual a different color (I just wondered why ?) and a different shape ; squares, circles, lines, dots, plus signs and triangles. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube
For the ones who wants to solve Sudoku puzzles without even thinking I found a very detailed description with ten steps on how to solve Sudoku puzzles.
The only downside to this instruction is that you need very large printed Sudoku or you have to be able to write down and able to read small figures.
You can find this step by step guide at the Instructables dot com website.
For the people who want to solve Sudoku without writing things down just look at the passion for puzzles [Read More...]
As mentioned in a previous post more than a week ago the Wasabi Code will start tomorrow.
The puzzle begins with a simple anagram (that will be available at www.wasabianime.com on July 21st) which will be a clue for solving the other puzzles in the Anime Festival Orlando convention guide.
Once all the puzzles are completed, players will discover an email address to send their answers to after the convention concludes. The deadline for emailing the answers is midnight (EST) on August 5th. The winner will be announced on [Read More...]
Naef Animal Puzzle are designed by Aoi Huber Kono in 1975 for Naef Toys in Switzerland. Children love to play with this fantastic wooden Animal Puzzle! Whether an elephant, monkey, lion, owl, hare or bear – all of these animal’s faces can be made with the 25 maple wood cubes. Don’t be amazed if they make imaginary animals such as a “lion- owl” or an “elephant-bear”. Three cards depicting the six basic motifs are enclosed as a guide. The Naef animal puzzle is available at Nova68.com.