TileToy is a modular, electronic game prototype for tangible LED game tiles. TileToy brings the flexibility inherent in digital software to a physical tile that people can touch and interact with. By arranging the electronic tiles, players can engage themselves in various kinds of game play, ranging from fast-paced arcade style games to puzzle an learning games.
The tiles are plastic cases approximately 2″ square. The main inspiration for the look and feel comes from the heyday of the LED, when plastic hand-held games ruled the gaming world. This retro-look is fused with a more modern minimal design. [Read More...]
A long time ago I played Hapland so I checked out if there was a new version available (I found Hapland 1 by cleaning my bookmarks).
You can solve the Hapland mysteries by clicking on things. Sometimes you have to click on things (can be more than once). Sometimes it is all about timing. Sometimes helpful icons are engraved on the walls. [Read More...]
For all puzzlers with a passion for Rubik’s Cube there are now software versions (Java, Linux, Windows) available of Rubik’s Cube in four-dimensional and in five-dimensional and they are called Magic Cube.
The four-dimensional version has over 1.75E120 possible combination’s and is available for free for both Windows and Linux users. They even published their source code for download.
It’s very simple: In Colour Sudoku, instead of filling in the numbers 1 to 9 in each of the 3 by 3 blocks, you must enter 1 to 9 in the 9 boxes of each colour – for example there are nine yellow boxes. This means you have to look all over the Sudoku to see where the numbers fit in [Read More...]
A few days ago I already read an article about WordPlay on Puzzlinks.
On several websites you can find clues for the WordPlay Puzzle Contest. One of those sites is Movie Online and they take part of an internet Crossword Puzzle to celebrate the release of WordPlay.
WordPlay Hits theatres June 16th 2006. This irreverent and humorous film focuses on the man most associated with crossword puzzles, New York Times puzzle editor and NPR puzzle-master Will Shortz. Director Patrick Creadon introduces us to this passionate hero, and to the inner workings of his brilliant and often hilarious contributors, [Read More...]
“It’s easy to set up, plugging directly into the television, and provides a nearly unlimited supply of puzzles ranging from the easy to the difficult.
Multiple functions allow you to get help on a difficult puzzle, note possible numbers for one square, or create your own puzzles. A timer lets you see how long it takes you to complete a puzzle”.
For $29.95 it’s yours. For more information check-out their Sudoku Video Game page. Happy Puzzling!
By looking at the picture I thought is was just a simple puzzle, but I was wrong. This is Art and I found it on a website called Art Wanted.
This fine piece of art is called “Puzzle – for print purposes” and painted by Asbjorn Lonvig with Acrylic on canvas, 201 x 139 cm (79.2 x 54,8 inches). It is inspired by company Easy Food in Denmark. This Puzzle symbolizes the human resource policy (HR) in this industrial company.
The original is already sold but you can still buy a [Read More...]