Picture Puzzles

Friday, May 2, 2008

If you were a customer 5 months ago, you might remember the holiday card I sent out. It was a puzzle card, with a picture you could unscramble by clicking the right tabs.
I've updated it, and made it into a generic picture puzzle for everyone. You can drop any texture into it and it will use it for the puzzle. You actually get a set of 6 different puzzles, each one a different size and aspect ratio. The simplest one is a 3x3 puzzle, and the most difficult consists of 5x4 tiles.
These puzzles are not like the "sliding 15" toys you see in real life. They're actually not possible in real life, because of the way the puzzle wraps the tiles around the board.
You can also drop a freebie gift into your puzzle, and it will give it out to anyone who solves it (and then rescramble itself). So it can be a fun way to give out freebies to your customers.
Or, hang it in your home as a work of abstract art. It's up to you.
I'm selling the Picture Puzzle Set for $299. But, I'm also trying a new special promotion. If you add Procyon Games to your Picks (in your profile), then I will give you the Puzzle Set for FREE! If you already have Procyon Games in your Picks, all you have to do is click on the spinning "FREE" box in my workshop. It can tell that you have me in your picks, and will give you your prize. If I'm not in your picks yet, go visit Procyon Games and add it to your Picks list. It takes a while for your picks to register with the server, so you might need to revisit the shop a day or two after you add the pick before it will give you your free item.



For puzzles for this there are cool picture puzzles from SmartKit to check out are from the Hidden Treasures good fun,just do it.

Nocatster said...
May 5, 2008 at 7:30 AM  

Here is another mind bender for ya to try A brain teaser to the end of times it's pretty cool I mean If the earth should suffer an apocalypse on the first day of a new century, can you say what the chances are that it will happen on a Sunday?

Nocatster said...
October 14, 2008 at 5:00 AM  

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