Empire Interactive PLC said it has entered a deal whereby SCi Entertainment Group PLC’s games software unit Eidos Interactive will distribute Carol Vorderman’s Sudoku in North America.
Sudoku will be released on PlayStation 2, PSP (PlayStation Portable), and PC for Windows. The game will include video tutorials featuring Vorderman.
Empire Interactive CEO Ian Higgins said, ‘The ever increasing popularity of Sudoku in the US bodes very well for the release of the game for the Christmas season.’
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GANPuzzle.com announces its latest software offering, Rubik’s Cube Tutor for Absolute Beginner which trains a beginner as young as ten year-old how to solve the Rubik’s Cube using just three simple tricks, sufficient to solve the very difficult puzzle.
This software is designed to win over millions of frustrated Rubik’s Cube owners and a new generation of youngsters who have never touched a Rubik’s Cube. It teaches a solution which is easy to learn and intuitive.
Learning how to solve the Rubik’s Cube has never been easier: simply complete the 3 tutorials (each with 11 drills) and become [Read More...]
Rubik’s cube was my first puzzle as just like me almost everybody had one in the eighties.
Though there have been numerous follow-up puzzles to Erno Rubik’s cube, there is now also a very luxury version available.
Featuring a chrome frame and inlaid richly-dyed calfskin color cubes, this update was developed by Geoffrey Parker, a British manufacturer of luxury games.
A perfect gift for the geek-turned-executive, the heavy chrome skeleton and beautiful leather inlays are sure to compliment the furniture in any corner office. [Via popgadget]. Happy Puzzling!
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All this made me make a page at Passion for Puzzles within the Strategy section about the rules for slitherlink as well as some standard situation for slitherlink puzzles. All this can help you solve your slitherlink puzzles.
If you have more examples feel free to mail them to passion for puzzles. Sometimes people call [Read More...]
In the late 19th century this puzzle drove the entire world crazy. When Sam Loyd introduced the game to the public in 1878 he used a trick to arouse interest for it – he offered a thousand dollars to the one who could solve it. The puzzle consisted of a little box with 15 numbered square pieces that could be slid around to be arranged in rows from 1 in the upper left corner to 15 last on the bottom row. But then only the last two tiles 14 and 15 were scrambled which made the puzzle mathematically unsolvable and [Read More...]
Visitors to the Science Museum in west London can expect to find mentally challenging games and memory-enhancing tips.
Experts from the Alzheimer’s Society, King’s College London and the Forget Me Not Centre, which cares for people with dementia, will also be there. It will take place at the museum’s Dana Centre on Tuesday evening.
More information at BBC
Following a previous post about the Perplex City Boardgame and Cards this time some more about Perplex City itself.
Perplex City is a cross between a treasure hunt, puzzle game and a story. The first player to solve all the clues and track down the buried treasure will win £100,000. The method of distributing clues are the mysterious silver packs of cards with puzzles on them. The solutions to these give clues as to where the treasure is hidden. This page on Firebox explains the Perplex City in a little more detail.