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# PsychoPuzzle 1.3.2

Company: PsychoPuzzle LLC
Date Added: October 19, 2011  |  Visits: 133

To Test Your Mind You Must Risk Your Sanity.

THIS GAME IS NOT CURRENTLY CONFIGURED FOR IPAD 3 OR IPAD MINI.

Welcome to PsychoPuzzle, the Worlds Most Difficult Puzzles. PsychoPuzzle is the only puzzle that comes with a WARNING label, and for good reason. This game is addicting, and will frustrate all who dare to take the challenge of solving any one of the puzzles. It could even drive you stark raving mad.

PsychoPuzzle is a three dimensional, double-sided, geometric puzzle that uses numbers as the connection device because it takes longer for the brain to process their shapes compared to colors or squiggled lines of traditional tabletop puzzles. All of the pieces are identically sized/shaped triangles with a single digit at each corner and centered along each length, giving each length a number sequence of 3 digits and each piece a total of six digits per side. The number sequences are repeated on multiple pieces meaning one piece could potentially align with several other pieces. To further frustrate game players the number sequences on the facing side of the pieces are mirrored on the reverse side.

The object of PsychoPuzzle is to align all of the pieces in the proper order using the number sequences as a guide. If a puzzle piece has a number sequence of 1-2-3 along one length, the adjacent piece along that length would match 1 to 1, 2 to 2, and 3 to 3. There is only one correct geometric solution to each puzzle.

PsychoPuzzle was designed to be the most difficult tabletop-like puzzle ever created. To accomplish that goal the game takes away as many of the hints to solving a traditional style puzzle as possible while retaining just enough information, the connection device, to constitute a challenge. So, there are no pictures of the completed puzzles provided. There is no image on the pieces that would aide in sorting. There are no obvious edge pieces from which to start building. With the exception of a handful of hint puzzles, there is no game board to map out the final shape of the completed puzzle.

The net result is a blank area, with a handful of puzzle pieces that have multiple possible matches, with no clue as to where to begin or what the end will look like hence the name PsychoPuzzle.
Requirements: iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

 Requirements: No special requirements Release Date: October 19, 2011 Platforms: iOS Users rating: 0/10

 License: Shareware Cost: \$1.99 USD Size: 26.8 MB
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