I just love impossible images, on first look they appear to be real, but as you look closer it is impossible. Andreas wonderful recreation of a Triple Tribar triangle is amazing. Trying following the surfaces of his triangle and you will see what I mean. He failed with his first attempt, but he kept trying until he was able to recreate it
This can absolutely challenge your mind. You will surely love to add up this optical illusion to your favorite puzzles.
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Beginners and experts alike will enjoy this eloquently designed version of Sudoku games for digital downloads. The puzzle challenging fun is unlimited in this new game with 10 Sudoku variations and 8 levels of difficulties. You will find over 15,000 Sudoku puzzles in all for hours of brain stretching fun, each with its own unique solutions. Check out the fun variations including Standard Sudoku, X Sudoku, Hyper Sudoku, Percent Sudoku, Color Sudoku, Squiggly Sudoku (Jigsaw), Squiggly X Sudoku, Squiggly Hyper Sudoku, Squiggly Percent Sudoku, Squiggly Color Sudoku.
In addition to the ultimate list of puzzles for endless fun you will [Read More...]
This is a great little book of 100 puzzles. It will challenge anyone from 10 to 100.It is small and will fit into your pocket and be ready to fill some idle time. While these little puzzles look simple; looks are often deceiving.
Here are a few examples:
1 3 5 7 8 _ _
What are the next two numbers in this logical sequence?
What do the words above have in common?
All the above words have something in common. What is it?
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Shape Matcher 2
The sequel to our popular swap and match game Shape Matcher has arrived! Once again you’ll have lots of challenging levels to complete, as you line up the gem stones and break the grey and black blocks and chains. Hours of fun guaranteed! Use the mouse to swap shapes.
The Egg Game
Just move the egg into the nest. Left Click on mouse to place a bar, and hit space to change the bar type.
Gear Planet was suggested by Ferdinand Lammertink. Ferdinand is best known as the inventor of several Thinkfun puzzles, including Backspin and Port-to-Port and recently Perilous Pipes by Popular Playthings. There are a total of 11 tiles in this puzzle toy and they can turn around the sphere. It features a green gear at the top and a blue gear at the bottom. The gear moves the tiles. There is a gearing and sliding mechanism for scrambling the tiles. The object is to get them all back in order. Experts may recognize some similarity between the gearing of four tiles, [Read More...]