One of my favorite website for mobile puzzle games is GetJar. They have tons of Java games and puzzles you can play on your mobile phone or any other mobile device.
Solitaire is a simple but nice puzzle especially for kids. Just download the files and upload them to your mobile.
You can also try to solve the online version of Solitaire at our online puzzle game page. Happy Puzzling!
For people working on visualizing puzzles and creating user interfaces for puzzles I found a very well explained document (pdf version) written by Kozo Sugiyama, Seok-Hee Hong and Atsuhiko Maeda and published on their website of the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney in Australia.
They described two abstract models of puzzles called permutation puzzles and cyclic puzzles, which can be modeled as puzzle graphs. They also discuss a method for constructing symmetric layouts of puzzles, as symmetry is the most important aesthetic criteria for the puzzle layout. Happy Puzzling!
Today I received a comment for Puzzler on a previous post about Slitherlink puzzles with a few more links to play online Slitherlink. And because the post is from March 2005 I think you will enjoy the links. Puzzler recently got also hooked on the puzzle Slitherlink and would like to share his collection of links for online versions of the game:
You can not carry your cube with you all time. But when you have your mobile always with you Morrix Cube is the solution for you.
At Passion for Puzzles mobile cube page you can download Morrix Cube for your mobile. By experience I know that Morrix Cube does not work on all mobile devices but you can give it a try. The requirements for Morrix Cube are at least: 1. a mobile devices like Mobile Phones and PDA’s 2. Java 3. And have a color display size of at least 128 x 128 pixels. Happy Puzzling!
Tags: Rubik’s Cube
For all fans of the ABC’s LOST TV series there are four LOST jigsaw puzzles available in flash.
When you solve the LOST puzzle within ten minutes you can download a LOST wallpaper for free. So if you are a real LOST and puzzle lover solve all four and download the wallpapers. Happy Puzzling!
All pictures of my puzzle collection can also be viewed via Flickr.
Becky created a very nice application to use Flickr photo’s for a Sudoku puzzle. For the ones who love to solve a Sudoku with pictures of my puzzle collection from Flickr just click here and type at the bottom of the page ‘puzzle’ as picture tags and ‘passionforpuzzles’ as username.
Don’t forget, all credits are for Becky. Happy Puzzling!
“It’s not usual practice for a High Court judge to issue a ruling in which he has hidden an encrypted message”. That’s a quote from one of the articles about the ruling concerning the book “The Da Vinci Code”. The judges hide a secret message in the ruling (the pdf version can be found here). Judge Peter Smith put a secret message in the ruling of 71 pages by putting some letters in italic. The first letters formed the words “Smithy Code”, referring to the title of the book of Dan Brown.
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