The answer to the Question “How to solve the world largest puzzle” is given on Jibbl.org.
The world’s largest Sudoku puzzle was constructed on a hillside near Chipping Sodbury in the UK, very close to the Bath exit of the M4 motorway. The Sudoku is visible to motorists traveling Eastbound towards London.
The size of the puzzle measures almost 85 meter square. The solutions to this Sudoku and a larger picture of the Sudoku can be found at Jibbl.org.
For people who love jigsaw puzzles and especially handcrafted and customized jigsaw puzzles there is Stave Puzzles.
As they say at Stave puzzles: “they love to drive crazy with wooden jigsaw puzzles. Whether you’re looking for a puzzle to distract you from life OR if you’re looking for the perfect gift for someone who’s impossible-to-buy-for, you’ll find it at Stave.” All their puzzles are crafted by and that shows in the price you will pay for a puzzle. For a handcrafted puzzle of 75 pieces (size 7″ x [Read More...]
Always wanted to know who was the first world record holder for restoring Rubik’s Cube or who is world record holder for solving Rubik’s Cube with his feet only?
Tags: Rubik’s Cube
Put several Puzzotto’s together and you have a coffee table. Separate them and you have some additional chairs although from the picture they look not really comfortable.
They are only available for US residence only. Happy Puzzling!
For those who really love Rubik’s Cube and want or need some new furniture in their living room you can find a very nice looking Rubik’s cube table at Jellio.com.
For $500 they have a unique Rubik’s Cube table for you. Their website does not mention any shipping costs outside New York. So if your living outside of NY you probably can add some extra costs for shipping.
If you want more information just contact them via e-mail. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubiks Cube
As you probably noticed this website contains Google Ads to cover the costs of hosting this website. Once in a while I check out the ads to see if the ads are still relevant.
Today I saw a link to physlink.com and took a look at it. They have an e-store with games & puzzle section. In there I saw a very nice magnetic cube called Q-bism magnetic puzzles. The Q-bism puzzle is a 3-D, magnetic puzzle with 27 cube shaped pieces.
Physlink.com describes this puzzle as “a profoundly puzzling puzzle! This innovative magnetic puzzle [Read More...]
Fred Vonk from the Netherlands wrote a Java version of Rush Hour with more than 80 levels.
As you already know you have to free the red car from the grid by dragging and dropping the other cars and trucks out of the way. The 80 different games are the same as the original cardset 1 & 2 from rush hour. You can select a card set and a game in the overview at the bottom and start to play. For the real puzzle lovers the minimum number of moves are indicated together with your score. [Read More...]