If you have ever played with LEGO or a Meccano set and have loved the brain-stimulating challenge, then Apparatus for Android is right up your alley. Apparatus is a game of logic and creativity. When you combine both these two, you can be sure that it’s also a game that’s a sure shot booster for all the blond moments we start to have with age.
Playing word games can often be a lot of fun, but also have the added bonus of being educational, keeping your mind sharp and improving your vocabulary. Taking these kinds of games with you on the go using your iPhone is a great way to make a long commute seem a little shorter, kill time, or even just wind down and take your mind off other things.
Creating your own crossword puzzles has its own uses beyond just playing for fun. You can use it as a part of an interactive entry test to see if candidates have grasped the basics; revise key points of a lecture with a crossword puzzle; use crosswords as a team building exercise; build it into a promotional scheme; and okay…let’s stop here – I am sure you got my point. If you did, let’s turn to a few tools you can use to create crossword puzzles of your own.
We talked about Rube Goldberg in a game I reviewed a few days back. Amazing Alex takes off from where we left off in Apparatus. Both involve the basics of physics, both are about building objects from the simplest things around us, both have a goal (a basket here to begin with), but Amazing Alex makes it a tad more fun because it’s all through the antics of a young boy and chain reactions with objects that we see around us every day.