Posts Tagged: "puzzle2"

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Quantum Conundrum Review

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Writing comedy is hard, as Gameology just discovered after speaking with Steve Heinrich, Lead Writer of You Don’t Know Jack. Equally challenging to a game based around comedy are puzzle games. Not only must the creator provide a uniquely challenging experience; the game can’t be repetitive and has to work...

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Quantum Conundrum Hands-On (E3 2012)

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Puzzle games are all the rage, at least when they’re done right. Look at titles like Braid or Portal, and you know exactly what I’m talking about. The kind of puzzlers that force players to bend their mind, to look at things from a different perspective, to calculate, and to...

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Rubik’s Slide Will Make Your Brain Implode

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Not as pleasing to the eye as the touchscreen Rubik’s Cube iteration, the new Rubik’s Slide promises to be just, if not way more challenging.  The designers claim that the Rubik’s Slide contains over 10,000 puzzles. The user will twist and slide the cube in accordance to a pre-determined pattern...

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Represent Your Hood With A Custom Zip Code Jigsaw Puzzle

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Now I really want to move to Compton.  This Zip Code jigsaw puzzle is a great way to show fools you got a grip of that local pride.  All you have to do is send in your address and zip code and you’ll receive a coffee table friendly 12.25″x18.5″ jigsaw...

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TouchScreen Rubik’s Cube

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The more I can touch something without having to press it is the way I want to deal with everything.  Being touchscreen is obviously going to make something cooler. But what about when it comes to a Rubik’s Cube, whose traditional experience was some good old fashioned twisting and turning?...

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A Really Unusual Safe, The Band Safe

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More gimmick then utilitarian, unless you wanna annoy the crap out of the burglar, the Band Safe is a puzzle. It works by placing an object in the center largest compartment from the bottom. To move the object to another drawer line up the arrows and tilt accordingly. So the...