It’s been a long-time desire of mine to spend more time creating puzzles, and it’s never been easier. There are almost too many tools to use to create, and it’s about time I start taking advantage of them.
We’ve reached an era in which there are far too many high quality puzzle games for one person to play. (Or at least one person without an overabundance of time on his or her hands) I don’t want to make a habit of vanishing into a man cave, only to emerge days later with a few more puzzles under my belt. Thankfully, I’ve found a way to get the best of both worlds.
Hanging out at the auto mechanic today to address an overdue issue with an engine part on recall, and it’s been a good opportunity to kick back and solve a few puzzles. Our team, The Sign of Four, is down to the final 39 puzzles of Puzzle Boat 2, which sounds like a lot when you don’t consider how many we started with.
These last few weeks have been strange. I’ve been busy, but I’ve been able to do a LOT of puzzles. Mostly by sacrificing sleep.
I feel like I’m drowning in puzzles. And I love it.
This week was a little bit unusual. I took nearly a full week of paid time off from my job to focus on the Red Bull Discovery Lab, yet this is the first time I’ve had in a week to put together a post. How can that be?
I never really had an interest in making videos, but I was inspired, in large part thanks to Red Bull Mind Gamers.
When I created this site, my #1 goal was related to escape rooms, and pound for pound escape rooms are still my favorite way to experience puzzles. However, its still exciting to me to see so much love being given to puzzles of all kinds, and as an enthusiastic hobbyist, I’m looking to try all of them.
Over the last few years, quite a few film studios have attempted to capture the magic of solving an escape room on the silver screen. With the lockdowns, I had a chance to revisit some of these films and rank my recommendations for escape room enthusiasts.
I’ve been a little quiet lately, and it’s been largely due to a new project I’ve been exploring.