Twist Bang is yet another match 3 online puzzle game. Object is to create immense combos. Outsmart the fiendish bombs and locks, unleash the powerful glowing blocks and grab the highest score you can.
Use the mouse to rotate the blocks and try to create matches of 3 or more. Make sure you remove the bomb blocks as quickly as possible. Larger matches give you helpful glowing blocks that will remove other nearby blocks when matched. Happy Puzzling!
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Gift Cube is a fully functional Rubik’s Cube with a spherical cavity inside designed by Oskar van Deventer.
When this special designed Rubik’s Cube is solved, one layer comes off and the content can be removed from the inside of the Rubik’s Cube. You can watch the Gift Cube video at Youtube. Happy Puzzling!
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Tower Blaster is an addictive online puzzle game which looks a bit like the world famous puzzle game Tower of Hanoi.
The principal of Tower Blaster is pretty simple – just pile up the bricks with numbers (selected by computer) and try to build as high tower as possible of that. Happy Puzzling!
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Gigaminx is a 12 sided mind boggling rotational puzzle.
If you are thinking that 5x5x5 or the 6x6x6 Rubik’s Cube is easy, why not give Gigaminx a try. Not as hard as the Tetraminx puzzle but still very challenging. Gigaminx comes with an extra set of stickers.
Buy Gigaminx from PuzzleMaster.ca. Happy Puzzling!
Update: Buy V-Cube 6 Multicolor at Amazon.
As you know we love Nikoli puzzles for a long time (Nikoli is a Japanese publisher that specializes in creating the best hand-made logic puzzles). Now Nikoli also have made some puzzle apps for iPhone or iPod.
Buzzle is an addictive online physics based puzzle game.
Object is to move Tetris shapes puzzle blocks with your mouse into the right positions and don’t forget the laws of physics . Solve thirty puzzles by placing the colored parts in a box in accordance with a gray silhouette (looks like a combination between Tangram and Tetris). Happy Puzzling!
Completing jigsaw puzzles is a challenging and popular hobby, but now scientists from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the U.S. and Tel Aviv University in Israel have for the first time developed a probabilistic graphical model to solve a jigsaw puzzle consisting of 400 square pieces.
The graphical model, developed by Taeg Sang Cho and colleagues can solve puzzles of any image or photograph with a full range of colors, while the previous jigsaw solvers could only handle sharp images of limited colors. The previous record for jigsaw-solving by a computer was achieved [Read More...]