Fellow puzzle fans, Google has brought us joy. The engine's newest venture, A Google a Day, asks cunning participants not to use the knowledge they have but rather the knowledge they can unearth with Google search to solve riddles. Much like crossword puzzles (possibly your author's favorite pastime), the questions ask the solver to change the way they think. For today's riddle, searching "two ...
With the advances games have made over the decades, we sometimes pine for the simple, logical satisfaction of a puzzle game. 'Halo' is great, but we doubt people will be playing it decades from now -- unlike the head-scratchingly good 'Tetris.' Forget big budgets, cinematic storytelling and the whole games-as-art argument, and get down with some puzzling goodness. We've rounded up some of our ...
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