In this week's The Wrap-up we're covering Thimbleweed Park, Mr. Hyde's hide-and-seek, and taking another wade into Forgetful Shores.
Rakesh Rai wins the number one spot in the Indian division of Logic Masters India's third round of the Sudoku Mahabaharat.
Mr. Hyde is back, coming out of his summer hibernation and ready to rekindle the globetrotting twitter magic that he had woven last spring.
Monument Valley’s Forgotten Shores update will be hitting Android devices beginning tomorrow and next week.
The creators of the point-and-click classic Maniac Mansion are up to their old hijinks, seeking funding for their Thimbleweed Park, Kickstarter campaign.
Developers at Cockroach, Inc. have released the fifth chapter of their surreal puzzle adventure game, The Dream Machine.
Prominent Japanese puzzle magazine, Nikoli, has added a new logic puzzle to its online offerings, the twin box shader, Norinori.
This week in The Wrap-up we're covering pandas, gravitational pull, and forgetful shores.
Loveshack Entertainment brings puzzles to the paneled world of comic books with the launch of FRAMED for the iOS.
The latest issue P&A Magazine is set to release for download this weekend, coming with an aptly timed playing card theme.
Classic puzzle adventure game, Myst, is in development to become a video series.
The opening bid for SCRAP Entertainment's Escape From The Auction House commences this evening, setting hunters against the mob, in search of a mysterious artifact.
Ustwo has released a puzzle pack for the Escherian physics bending game, Monument Valley.
ThinkFun has announced that Erector Sets and Marble Madness have had a baby… and it’s a puzzler!
The Unfinished Swan has been released to the PS4 and PS Vita on Oct. 28, offering players a fairy tale puzzle adventure.
This week in The Wrap-up we cover Space Puzzlefest, Crosswords LA newly released puzzles, and Bulgarian hosts.
ZeptoLab’s latest update for Cut The Rope: Time Travel arrives on the iOS and Android platforms, bringing Om Nom to the Industrial Age.
Patrick Blindauer announced that he’s taking crosswords, bang, zoom, straight to the moon, in his latest puzzle event, Space Puzzlefest.