News: GUD News: Puzzles Are Good For Your Brain!
Monday, October 19, 2009
Today in #gudhalloween GUD's out to scare your brains--in a good way! The wonderful Toni Andrews recently pointed us to a fun tool for waking up our readers' brains (and promoting GUD Magazine too, of course, ahem ahem). Hey, it's better than eating your brains!
It took us less than three minutes to complete. Not that we're trying to encourage you to compete with each other and post your times in the comments. We wouldn't do that.
If that one's too easy-peasy, I mean, not nearly scary enough, then why not try this one-hundred and twenty-piece version? That one took us, umm, well, it took us about forty-five minutes to finish, if you must know. We might feel slightly alarmed by our performance were we not convinced that whatever's been eating our brain is dead now. Almost certainly. We hope.
Unless, of course, it was already dead to start with.
And if you scoff in the face of that one, then we've even created a more fiendish version--it's go the same one-hundred-and-twenty pieces, but this time they've been plonked down any old how, which means you may have to rotate them before slotting them into place. We don't have a time for that one (not that we're worried about brain rot or anything), so there's an opportunity for you to post your times and put us to shame.
Just so the other issues don't feel left out (they start biting important parts of our anatomy when they get restless) here are some forty-piece puzzles we made for them, too.
How fast are you? C'mon, don't be scared!
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