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puzzle

a toy, game, or question presenting a problem that requires skill or ingenuity for its solution
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However, Solo's highlight is a series of questions and subsequent challenges of your opinions on love, that elevate a cute puzzler into a well-judged commentary on the task of love.
It's both because it is one of Bruce Adolphe's Piano Puzzlers! Celebrating 15 years on public radio, Piano Puzzlers has launched a new website featuring famous pianists.
The puzzler is set on a gorgeous 3D island, in which you have to solve puzzles to move around.
As Princess Ida, you'll explore a host of level environments, evoking memories of brain-twisting Escher drawings, where the isometric perspective and innovative manipulation of your surroundings make for a stunning adventure puzzler, further enhanced by the incredible visual treatment.
BRIAN Lee's picture puzzler (December 2) must be the Wales Baseball IX in Liverpool on Saturday, July 13, 1957.
London, Nov 11 (ANI): A study commissioned by the Puzzler Mind Gym 3D game, has revealed that on an average Brits can spend up to nine minutes making up their minds.
A nutty professor occasionally interjects to remind you that you're playing with prototype puzzler technology, but be under no illusion that this a super-polished and hyper-addictive challenge that can only get better as more and more levels are released.
This cutesy platform puzzler has a genuinely groundbreaking twist.
Editors Pegg, Schoen and Rodgers, all noted "recreational" mathematicians, have compiled articles on math-based puzzles and tricks to pay homage to Martin Gardner, a famous puzzler who provided the "Mathematical Games" column to the Scientific American for many years.
According to the company, its mobile puzzler, Maya, has been adapted for the iPhone, and its Deluxe version was released in conjunction with the iPhone's Euro launch via mobile content provider Jamster and Jamba, where it is currently exclusively available.
"A puzzle a day keeps the hassle away!," says master puzzler Pierre Berloquin, author of 365 Exercises for the Mind.
YESTERDAY'S picture puzzler, right, and seen in more detail below, showed the the roof of The Sage Gateshead