This little brainteaser is very eye catching and just about anyone will be tempted to solve it. At first glance, it is just a beautiful decorative sculpture to leave on a shelf to look at. Then when it is suggested that it is a puzzle to be taken apart; the fun begins. It is given a Difficulty of 6 out of 10;but personally I would rate it more as 5 out of 10 (the easiest rating).It is quite heavy, made of gold, plated alloy and feels solid. It consists of only 3 pieces and requires only two actions to take apart. [Read More...]
When making up rotational puzzles, it must be difficult to think up new ideas to basically the same shape. Oskar van Deventer has made a rotational puzzle that might have the same shape but definitely does not move the same way. To make it harder he has made two variations of the same kind of concept. Once again Oskar`s designs are thought provoking and minding bending.
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This is the perfect addition to your digital games as GiggleUp Kids and Educational Games introduces their eagerly awaited sequel to the original best-selling puzzle game for your little learner. The game includes 53 everyday puzzles found in transport, with 8 different sceneries all created with beautiful, colorful graphics sure to keep your little one’s attention for hours.
Give your child an excellent opportunity to learn simple words in a multitude of languages including English, French, Spanish, Japanese and more. In addition your child will build logical thinking skills through fun and challenging puzzles. This game is excellent for your [Read More...]
Snake Walk is a topology type puzzle app game. The object is to start at any square, then travel in a direction as far as possible and hopefully cover all the squares. Except for the red squares which act as blocking walls.
We’ve seen this type of puzzle app many times. Probably the best version is Mortal Coil which offers over 400 advanced levels.
Snake Walk has 50 levels with ‘more coming soon.’ I’ve done them all. I like the puzzles. There’s a good range of easy, medium & hard puzzles. But the mechanics are a bit clumsy. I do [Read More...]
When it comes to puzzlers, Disney knows how to make them. Where’s my Perry is another physics based puzzle game from the developer after Where’s my Water. The player has to use water (in different forms, i.e. liquid, steam and ice) to solve very challenging puzzles. The game has spy themed graphics that are very vibrant, intuitive controls and lasers making it one of the best puzzle game with a spy theme.
The player is immersed in Agent P’s world. Agent P is a platypus (actually, he is a half aquatic sleuth) from Phineas and the game begins after [Read More...]