July Giveaway

For our July giveaway we are partnering with our friends at Fun.com, a great website for games, toys, and fun Halloween costumes. We have prepared for you a colorful picture with lots of hidden stars in it. Answer correctly what their number is and on 15th of July you could be the lucky winner who gets more than $100 worth of puzzles and games, including "Perplexus", "Codenames", "Manifold", and many more!

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Hidden Objects Easter

Can you find the objects hidden in the three pictures below? You are looking for:

  • 1 egg among the flowers
  • 1 Easter egg among the flowers
  • 1 bunny among the Easter eggs

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Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope is a new puzzle by ThinkFun based on the concept of color mixing. It comes in a small box which contains 6 transparent tiles and 40 challenge cards, split into 4 difficulties. The tiles have beautiful snowflake design and are colored in yellow, blue, and red. By placing them on top of each other, you can create three additional colors - green, purple, and orange. The goal is by overlapping 2 or 3 of the tiles, to reproduce each of the 40 patterns depicted on the cards. Even though most of the challenges are on the easier side, they still provide a good mental exercise and are lots of fun to solve. The best feature of Kaleidoscope is the way it masterfully combines attractive design and interesting gameplay. It is also very compact, which makes it easy to store and carry around. Considering its low price, I find the puzzle to be of great value. Highly recommended!

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  • 40 puzzles, 4 difficulties
  • innovative concept
  • compact and attractive design
  • highly recommended

Two Missiles

Two missiles which are 2000 miles apart are shot towards each other. The speed of the first missile is 13000 miles per hour and the speed of the second missile is 17000 miles per hour. Find the distance between the two missiles 2 minutes before they collide.


The distance will be 1000 miles. It does not matter what he starting distance between the missiles is. 2 minutes before collision they will be (13000 + 17000)/30 = 1000 miles apart.