For some fun and challenging puzzle fun, Sherlock Pro offers great brain teasing logical with a great theme. Presented with a series of clues, you must determine exact locations of all the pictures within your playing boards. Each puzzle of varying sizes will present you with rows of similar and common pictures such as faces, houses, fruits and street signs which the computer will then scramble. Without showing you the location of each picture, you will be given clues to follow in order to solve each new puzzle. Use your clues along with your skills of logical deduction to [Read More...]
This book has been around since 1994 and is still a lot of fun. These 3-D images seem to have reached their peak in the early 90′s ;as far as I know anyway. I particularly enjoyed the Forward. Tom Baccei talks about their resident wizard. “Some say that although his bulb seems good, his filament is short a few twists.” In the words of Wizzy “Life is like a single beautiful butterfly in a gentle swirling snowstorm. When you find your own center, you’ll find the butterfly. Then you can hop on and go on a ride forever.” When you’ve found [Read More...]
An Anarchy Cube is like a Rubik cube, as you can see in the video, it includes everything that a Rubik cube has, it comprises 8 corners and all corners have 12 edges. This puzzle toy also features 6 centers. The edges, centers and corners are scattered all around a cube. You can turn the toy in order to solve the puzzle. At first look, this puzzle toy really looks chaotic and solving it can be a super challenge.
The anarchy cube can appear to be unsolvable in the sense that it cannot be made back into a regular [Read More...]
Cast S&S has been around for years. It is not the least bit intimidating; so just about anyone will “give it a try”. It has a Difficulty Rating of 7 out of 10; so you can expect that it will give a good challenge. Many mechanical puzzles require several moves to solve, but this one requires only 2.Being sturdily cast metal, it will not break and will not break. Unlike many puzzles that require several sequential moves to disassemble and then reassemble, and then get tossed aside as too difficult; this one can be solved by almost anyone [Read More...]
It’s safe to assume that everyone reading this loves puzzles. But what do puzzles and games do for us besides relax and entertain? From some reading I’ve been doing around the web, more than you may think.
Neuroplasticity is an emerging new science that looks at how the brain isn’t as hard wired as we may think it to be. It instead looks at the brain as a soft wired piece of equipment which adapts to the needs of individuals over time. It is a sort of functional evolution that occurs very subtly and quite necessarily for [Read More...]
It is high time to bring Rubik puzzle to the next level! Bubble Pent is an extremely brain twisting puzzle toy. It is as colorful as a Rubik but the lines will give you an extra challenge to successfully complete the puzzle. It is a bubble sized pentagonal prism with pentagonal parts of 5 rectangles and 2 pentagons that can be formed on top and bottom. This toy is inspired by a mechanical concept. In bubble sized prism there should be at least 3 or 4 bubbles in a row. The puzzle solver can solve the puzzle by turning the parts [Read More...]