Thanks to Blogger's handy little Statistics feature, I've just found out that I have accumulated 3,000 page views!!!
Although that might not seem much to some people, it's a lot to me, considering this blog has only been up since the 8th of January.
So, this is a quick post to say thanks to my followers and everyone that reads my blog =D
PS. If you're not following my blog, GET FOLLOWING!!!
Thursday, 11 April 2013
|Four To Square|
Regardless, I managed to grab a few inexpensive puzzles, both of which are packing puzzles, which I'm writing about today.
I read about both these puzzles on my fellow blogger's sites and contacted the makers, who just so happened to have some to send me.
Friday, 15 March 2013
I haven't blogged in a while and, to be honest, I haven't really picked up a puzzle in a while.
So I thought I'd change that!!
This is a blog post about the latest puzzle I opened, albeit a week or two ago now.
|Remove The Yolk|
I've had my eye out for one for a while now, but they aren't made anymore so I thought my chances were slim. Luck must have been on my side!! You may remember I reviewed two of Robrecht's puzzles a while back, the 1 Euro Labyrinth and the 4 Steps Visible Lock and I loved both of those and I heard this one was a toughie. Naturally I jumped at the chance to get one.
Saturday, 2 March 2013
Unfortunately this blog post isn't the second part to my latest Eric Fuller Package because I still haven't completed them both yet (or even one of them!!), so that one will have to wait.
In the mean time, I thought I'd review another puzzle I received from a fellow puzzle blogger, recently turned puzzle designer, by the name of Jerry Loo.
|RevoLUTION Ball Puzzle (Image courtesy of Jerry Loo)|
When I first started puzzling and joined the Revomaze forum, Jerry would pop up occasionally to offer encouragement to anyone that needed it. I then realised that several of the guys on the forum had blog which naturally led me to Jerry's Small Puzzle Collection blog.
It was from there (and a few posts on the Revomaze forum) that I discovered Jerry's new found calling as a puzzle designer, in the form of his RevoLUTION Ball Puzzle. Designing a puzzle is easy (for some people, not me!!), but actually having one made that works is a great achievement.
But Jerry wasn't going to stop there. Shortly after he had began working on another idea and very soon he had another working prototype, called the Ball in Cylinder.
Tuesday, 26 February 2013
I haven't blogged in a while. The main reason for this is the abundance of puzzles that have landed on my doorstep. In total, since my last blog post, I have received a total of 17 puzzles!!! (and I'm still waiting on one more!). They are made up of a large shipment from Mr Puzzle in Australia, several auctions I have won recently and puzzles that have just been recently made (one from a fellow blogger!!). But now I have 10 days off work, I should be able to solve a great deal of them and knock out several reviews while I'm at it.
|The latest shipment from Eric Fuller|
The ones I'll be reviewing today are the ones I've recently solved from Eric Fuller, a brilliant craftsman from America. I reviewed two other burrs from Eric a while back, the Burr Circus and the Uranus, so check that one out if you haven't already.
These two burrs then are from his latest batch of puzzles made this month, from his website Cubic Dissection. I bought four of them in total, but the other two I haven't completed yet, so I'll review those later ... plus it breaks down the blog post nicely!! (hence the "Part I").