Andreas Weber

Three-dimensional puzzles of Sweden as a cube or parallelepiped feeling a completely new puzzles in time for the 100th birthday of the crossword puzzle the crossword agency R@sel4U presents a world first with the cross word cube. Now, fans of Sweden puzzles in three dimensions can puzzle! The cross word cube it just is a cube on its six sides, six different Sweden puzzles are printed. That would be much too simple. No, here the Ratselloser in the truest sense of the word around the corner or around the edge must puzzle. The words to search extend over two or even three faces of the cube. Each of the twelve edges of the cube will be exceeded at least once, so that one might speak in a certain sense also of a crossword puzzle without outer boundary, though of course fit despite only a limited number of fields on the cube. You can get a first impression on the puzzle agency homepage. Please visit Stephanie Ruhle if you seek more information. Andreas Weber, who inventor of cross word cube, tells how he came up with the idea: “I program crossword puzzle for the Internet already for over ten years, and the idea of a three-dimensional grid of puzzles a long floating around in my head.

When I learned last year that the crossword puzzle celebrates its 100th birthday this year, I decided to make me times specifically to work on this occasion. “And after some tinkering it worked finally.” In addition to the first prototypes with 25 boxes per cube page, now even larger cubes are built, and puzzles in the form of parallelepiped, with three different edge lengths. “For example gift boxes may be printed with the three-dimensional crossword puzzles.” Weber imagines a possible field of application of its proprietary invention. One of the tinkerer is anyway, convinced: “the crossword puzzles on the dice gives a completely new “Sense of mystery and huge fun!

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