Rubik’s Sudoku comes in a nice box (like most puzzles I have from Think fun – formerly known as Binary Arts) with a small drawer where you can store pieces of the Sudoku puzzle and the booklet. In this booklet you can find tips and a explanation how to solve Sudoku’s and 100 Sudoku puzzles at different levels.
Buy Rubik’s Sudoku from Amazon.com. Happy Puzzling!
In June’s 2006 edition of the Scientific American there is an article about “The Science behind Sudoku,” written by Jean-Paul Delahaye.
In this article he explains the rules of Sudoku, its history and strategies, as well as methods of generating Sudoku puzzles are all in this article. Delahaye also deals with the maximal and minimal number of given starting squares that still guarantee a unique solution: 77 and 17, respectively (the latter has not been proven, but no one has found a Sudoku puzzle with 16 squares filled in that has a [Read More...]
The Ikoso Kits Colorcube is a 3D Color Puzzle manufactured very precisely to .001″ and the cubes are finished with a high-impact color-injected polystyrene plastic.
The object is to put all the 176 pieces together in the right order and construct a matrix of colors. At Color cube they say: “that the matrix of color will dazzle your eyes and spark your imagination. This ain’t the typical jigsaw; there’s WAY more motor skill, finger dexterity and intellect involved!”.
Andy Camann solved during a Rubik’s Cube Marathon 300 times within 2 hours (that’s a 24 seconds average!).
Andy Camann has vowed to solve Rubik’s cubes at the Newton Highlands Village Day event on June 11, 2006 raising money for the Matty Eappen Foundation, whose goal is to educate the public about the dangers of shaking a child.
Andy’s target was to raise $ 2,500.00. Until now he raised $2,679.00. Happy Puzzling!
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Just click objects on the screen to search them, or click orange triangles to change your direction. There may be something important hidden in the place where it seems unreachable, or looks empty. Click ‘about item’ button, and you can examine the items you’ve got more closely. You can choose one item from the list to take effect over objects on main screen or other items.
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Holiday season is coming up in the next few months and if you, as a Sudoku enthusiast, want to continue solving Sudoku’s during your holiday, Travel Sudoku> is something for you.
This travel version of Sudoku is based on the Moores magnetic Sudoku game, and neatly folds away and closes like a book. It’s held closed with a magnetic clasp. Ideal for train or plane travel or just on the beach.
Travel Sudoku includes 36 new Sudoku Puzzles, full instructions, full set of colored magnetic numbers and dry wipe pen. Happy Puzzling!
GeoPuzzle is a new puzzle, invented by a former international aid worker, to help children learn African geography in a hands-on manner.
The Africa GeoPuzzle is a jigsaw puzzle map of Africa and the Middle East, with individual pieces shaped like countries. As children assemble the puzzles, they learn about each country from Algeria to Zimbabwe while building cognitive, problem-solving, fine motor, and language skills.
“Lack of geographical knowledge is a big hole in our educational system,” says Bob Galinsky, a former international aid worker and founder of GeoToys. “And in the case of Africa, the hole is the size [Read More...]