Plasma: a free addicting logic puzzle game, coming soon!

Plasma puzzle game for Android

Plasma is the first of many addicting games designed for Android by Puzzle Monster. Its unique color logic puzzles are simple to learn, and challenging to master! Register to be notified when Plasma launches in the Google Play store! Imagine it’s the year 2100, and your self-driving flying Uber is on its way to pick you up. This is the game you’ll be playing while you wait. Futuristic and retro, colorful and yet still chilled, Plasma will expand your mind and divert your full attention. Fill a grid with colorful Plasma spheres – each Plasma may affect its neighbors, making them change color or even disappear. Match the model and win the game! Train your brain with these addicting games and stay mentally fit with hundreds of hours of unique challenges while on the bus, waiting in line, at school or on a coffee break… or waiting for that flying ... Read More »

Interview: Robert Abbott

Robert Abbott

Robert Abbott November 15, 2004 Robert Abbott has been designing games, mazes and puzzles for decades. He’s the inventor of Ultima, which was ChessVariant.org’s Recognized Variant of the Month in 2001 (only 39 years after it was originally released). He’s also the inventor of Eleusis, a card game that he considers his greatest achievement, and the author of Abbott’s New Card Games. He’s also an authority on a genre of puzzle known as “mazes-with-rules” or “logic mazes,” his most famous creation being Theseus and the Minotaur. He’s the author of SuperMazes and Mad Mazes and has a website devoted to the subject. We had a nice long talk with Mr. Abbott about his mazes and his history – including the unusual luck of being discovered in 1959 by a man named Martin Gardner. Puzzle Monster: You’ve been designing games and puzzles a good long time. How did you get started? ... Read More »

Double Features: Puzzles for Movie Lovers

A great gift for the movie lover in your life! This book contains 24 fun, challenging puzzles that will test your knowledge of actors and films from the past fifty years, from Blade Runner to Prometheus , from Groundhog Day to Date Night . Enjoy them on your own, or challenge your friends, family and coworkers. Includes Double Features, Lost in Translation, Scrambles, Frankenstein in Hollywood, and many more! Author: Eric Shamblen Learn more about my Kindle book: Double Features: Puzzles for Movie Lovers Read More »