Mechanical Puzzles Blog

Cracking the Code to Remarkable Puzzle Ideas for Curious Kids of the Digital Era
Puzzles are for everyone; even the teeniest, tiniest toddlers among us can find something to love about a mechanical puzzle selected for their age ...

Disentangling the Illusive IPP
What’s the most exclusive party you’ve ever been to? Chances are, it wasn’t puzzle-themed, but that’s exactly what the subject of today’s blog post...

Join the Puzzle Party: 5 Puzzle Bloggers Worth Following
For this next entry in the Kubiya Blog universe, we’ll talk a bit more about what it means to write about puzzles: different styles, voices, techni...

Foraging for Fractals - the Mathematical Beauty of Nature
The fractal is a marvel of science, architecture, mathematics, and nature. If you're reading this, then we guarantee you have already seen one of t...

Hand-Picked for Mom - Exquisite Puzzles from Kubiya
Mother’s Day is fast approaching! Get ahead of the rush and pick out a puzzling gift from Kubiya - guaranteed to give hours of much needed fun and ...

Kubiya’s Beginner Guide to Puzzling and Codebreaking
What do you do when faced with a problem? Tackle it head on? Mull things over first and develop a plan of attack? We can’t solve your problems for ...

Kubiya’s Pick: Top-Tier Puzzle Vloggers Worthy of a YouTube Video Binge
YouTube is a miraculous place. COLOSSAL amounts of content, media, and diverse voices are waiting to be explored …. if you know which channels to f...

Mechanical Puzzle Boxes and their SECRET
Boxes are beautiful. Simple, streamlined, versatile compartments full of mystery and history that have lasting, universal appeal. There is somethin...

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Subscription Puzzle Boxes but Were Afraid to Ask!
Faced with the power and freedom of extra time at home, I’m always pursuing new ways to keep my brain and body active. Naturally, I seek refuge in ...

Top 10 Most Difficult Wooden Puzzles for Adults
For most people, their first encounter with a mechanical puzzle consists of trial and error, for expert puzzlers, it takes lots of observation and ...

Homeschooling with Puzzles and Games
When you think back to your childhood, even before you began school, you can see that your earliest instances of learning were through puzzles and ...

Maze vs. Labyrinth
Beware the Fine PrintWay back in the seventh grade, I made a model of the Cretan labyrinth for a class project. It was well received, even though m...