Tag Archives: puzzles

  • The Xbox Puzzle Solved by FLEB (Video)

    The Xbox Puzzle Solved by FLEB (Video)

    Buckle up folks, because this is going to get confusing. First things first, despite what you may have reasonably assumed by the title, The Xbox Puzzle has nothing to do with the Microsoft video game console of the same name. Actually, it’s an extremely complex puzzle box, the solution to which was recently posted by […]

  • Infinite Galaxy Puzzle From Nervous System

    Infinite Galaxy Puzzle From Nervous System

    Usually around this time of year, I buy my mom a puzzle for the holidays. But I will probably skip Nervous System’s Infinite Galaxy Puzzle, since it’s designed to be a puzzle like no other—one with no definite shape or endpoint, just like the universe itself (maybe?). I’ll be honest, much like my mom I’m […]

  • Jack Puzzle Desk Toy From Craighill

    Jack Puzzle Desk Toy From Craighill

    When I see the phrase “Jack Puzzle,” I think of a man’s name, possibly a man who’s really good at puzzles and uses those abilities to fight crime. But the actual Jack Puzzle is almost as cool, getting its name from the classic childhood game. The Jack Puzzle is made up of six brass bars that […]

  • Bob’s Your Uncle Vinyl Collection Puzzle

    Bob’s Your Uncle Vinyl Collection Puzzle

    If there’s someone in your life who’s both a hardcore vinyl collector and a puzzle fan, there’s really only one adequate holiday gift for this person/Venn diagram overlap this year – the Bob’s Your Uncle Vinyl Collection Puzzle, a puzzle from a photograph of the record collection of Martin Yeeles, founder of the Bob’s Your Uncle […]

  • ‘Querkles': Paint-by-Numbers Puzzle Books by Artist Thomas Pavitte (Video)

    ‘Querkles': Paint-by-Numbers Puzzle Books by Artist Thomas Pavitte (Video)

    I have no idea if paint-by-numbers books are still popular or even available in 2015, but Australian artist Thomas Pavitte has rejuvenated the form by adding a liberal dose of mystery to the equation. It’s called Querkles, and the big gimmick behind it is that you don’t know what you’re painting until it’s close to finished. […]