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Thanks, Wendy! Geez, that made me think about my carpal tunnel syndrome, and the operation I had about 5 or 6 years ago. I wonder what Jigidi would be like for me if I hadn't had it done....Ooooh, not cool..... Of course, I didn't know that back then, especially when three of my fingers were numb for a couple of months afterwards--that would not have been good for manual mouse-ual dexterity! LOL!
Pat, Tetris was my very first addiction on the computer. And that's how I first developed my hand problem...but it was carpal tunnel syndrome (not whatever I have now). Anyway, I was even more addicted to that darned game than creating puzzles. This doesn't remind me of Tetris that much, but it's WAY COOL!
I used to love playing tetris--maybe that's having some subconscious effect on my designs...There was also a game on my (very old) cell phone that had a "snake" made of dots that traveled all over the screen, and the idea was to keep it from crossing itself, and I think that that might have been behind the grid I'll probably post tomorrow. Help! I'm trapped in a world of games and swirly dancing! (If you haven't seen the video Trouble and Frog posted after I guessed correctly, you should--now I'll be even more of a Swirler! LOL!)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYEo4ymc4iM Thanks, Mandy, Lela, and Jan!
I can see the tetris elements, too, Mandy!Pat, this is somewhat intimidating to look at, like all the pipes (that's how I think of them!) But, it just clicks into place and is sure fun to solve. I love the design and the colors! Thanks so much!!3:02
Yes, mazes are fun....until you get lost......(just sayin')......
Pat, these always remind me of the games like Tetris, where different shaped pieces have to be fitted into a fixed shape frame, with no empty spaces or left over bits!!! I think it would be extremely difficult to play with some of these shaped pieces!!! LOL!!
Thanks, Ardy, fileusa, and Katie! No, I never have tried to make a real maze. There was a person who posted many on here, but they were black and white, and, of course, because they were on a screen and not paper, you couldn't solve them unless you printed them out... I like my blind-alley silly ones--you can see right away that you can't solve them as mazes, so they're just fun puzzles! :-)))
I'm a-mazed! Thanks for the great fun Pat!
Mind bongling but fun to do. Very attractive. Thanks
Did you ever try making an actual maze, Pat/? Just wondering, not suggesting. This is colorful and fun. Thank you.