… and this “World’s Most Challenging Puzzle” results. The 36 Cube is available from ThinkGeek, who likens it to a 3D Sudoku puzzle. The game was developed by Dr. Derrick Niederman of MIT and is based on Euler’s 36-officers problem. The goal is to place the colored pieces so that each color appears only once in […]
Remember the Rubiks cube? I used to spend hours trying to solve that puzzle when I was a kid. Brando is offering a new puzzle challenge. It’s the Gear Wheel IQ Cube. As you turn the sides, gears cause other pieces to rotate. I was never any good at figuring out the Rubiks cube (till […]
I’ve loved playing with magnets since I was a kid. I remember that anytime something in the house would break that might have a motor in it, I would snatch it out of the trash, dismantle it and retrieve the
magnets from the motor. I even had a little metal fishing tackle box with tools and scavenged magnets that I kept under my bed. I was an odd child.
) Now that I’m an adult, I’m still odd and I still love magnets. That’s why I was really excited to be able to review two magnetic puzzle sets. One from NeoCube and one from CyberCube.
A Perplexing Positional Puzzle for Patient Persons I’m a gadgeteer. It’s true. Sometimes I have to have the latest and greatest no matter the cost (financial ouch). So why am I so impressed about this $15 borderline electronic device? Read on, I dare you! I saw this ingenious contraption at a friend’s house. The online […]
Product Requirements: Device: PalmPilot Personal, PalmPilot Professional, IBM WorkPad, Palm III, Palm V, Palm Vx, Palm VII? 100K+ free RAM Desktop: N/A Introduction Robots just might be the next big thing, hobby robots are at the "Apple II" stage right now. Between the $2500 Sony Aibo and BattleBots, robots are starting to get a lot […]