The Trick Lock #3 is an extremely well constructed heavy Puzzle Lock. Like some other similar Puzzle Locks, there is a “secret” to opening it. It then is very simple —when you know how. That makes it a very good puzzle to carry around and bring out as a conversation piece, even for people who never attempt to solve puzzles. One thing you can say about it is that it is not intimidating, and just about anyone will “give it a try”. That makes this a great puzzle to bring out [Read More...]
Calvin’s 3x3x5 Cuboid is a very interesting puzzle. You get a shape shifting cube that just looks tricky to put back to the start plus you get a 3x3x5 cube which you can make great patterns with. This is looking to be quite the well made cube. Enjoy the video.
You can purchase Calvin’s 3x3x5 Cuboid rotational puzzle at Puzzle Master.
Thank you Kenneth for allowing us to use your videos. If you would like to see more of Kenneth’s videos, go to Kenneth’s Youtube Channel.
Copyright (c) 2013, Kenneth Brandon
twisty [Read More...]
Where’s my Water is unique and adorable puzzle game offers unending fun and learning through cute solvable stories. The greatest feature of this digital game is the ever-changing levels. Each week new levels are added for a limited time so be sure to play before they expire; this feature guarantees you will never get bored of playing the game.
Each of the level use physic-based tools to solve beautifully designed and challenging puzzles all the while cutting through dirt to find water. You can play four characters, each with its own special story including Allie, swampy, cranky and mystery duck. All of the stories combined means over 500 total levels of puzzle fun.
When I first saw Squarescape (see the blue image), I thought to myself: okay here’s another maze game where you have to slide your man as far as it can travel, pick up an object, and then find the exit.
Old school computer graphics. As I whizzed through, I discovered the more interesting levels. Look at the orange image. Those orange squares can shift within their zones. Just tap on the arrows. Very nice challenging element.
Look at the purple image. The purple square shifts on its own. So, when you slide your man (the white square) you must time [Read More...]
When I first saw a picture of the Cubetresor, I was intrigued, to say the least. When I first got to hold it in my hands, I was fascinated with its pure beauty and superb feel and appearance. It is so well made and the different woods and angles give it an elegant look. There is nothing about how it is put together that gives the slightest hint as to how it might be taken apart. As a matter of fact, it felt so good to hold and twist and turn; I almost thought it would be fun [Read More...]
Oskar van Deventer started out with a video of this puzzle as a prototype which left me hoping that the puzzle would become a reality. The idea behind this puzzle has so many possibilities. I was in awe when I saw the corner turning and center turning capabilities of this puzzle. The possibilities of how to scramble up this cube are endless. Very well done Oskar.
You can purchase All Around at Shapeways.
Thank you Oskar for allowing us to use your videos. If you would like to see more of Oskar’s videos, go to[Read More...]