PuzzleNation Product Review: ThinkFun’s Robot Turtles

ThinkFun has always specialized in games that educate as you play, from the optics and angles of Laser Maze and the chain problem-solving of Gravity Maze to its Brain Fitness line of puzzles-for-one. Robot Turtles is their newest game, designed … Continue reading

PuzzleNation Product Review: ThinkFun’s Brain Fitness line

The folks at ThinkFun are always trying to raise the bar when it comes to puzzly games that keep the mind in fighting trim. (You may remember them from our review of Laser Maze over the summer.) In that vein, … Continue reading

5 Questions with Tanya Thompson of ThinkFun

Welcome to the fifth edition of PuzzleNation Blog’s interview feature, 5 Questions! We’re reaching out to puzzle constructors, video game writers and designers, writers, filmmakers, and puzzle enthusiasts from all walks of life, talking to people who make puzzles and … Continue reading

Solo Solving and Single-Player Board Game Fun!

Have you ever been in the mood to play a board game or do some non-paper-and-pencil puzzling, but you don’t have anyone around to play with? Well, there’s no reason to fret, fellow puzzlers, as there are plenty of options … Continue reading

A Puzzle Game That Lets You Change the Rules of Puzzles!

[Image courtesy of Linux Game Consortium.] Solving puzzles through different mediums can lead to unexpected and challenging solving experiences. One advantage that video game puzzles have over their pencil-and-paper counterparts is that, while the paper puzzles are a one-stop shop … Continue reading

PuzzleNation Product Review: Thinking Putty Puzzle

[Note: I received a free copy of this game in exchange for a fair, unbiased review. Due diligence, full disclosure, and all that. Yada yada disclaimer.] ThinkFun has been pushing the envelope for years when it comes to logic puzzles. … Continue reading