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One of the most often suggested free DIY escape room puzzle ideas is to padlock a pair of scissors. Players should need to use the scissors as part of a future clue, and the combination or key to open the padlock should be part of a preceding clue. For example, perhaps players need to cut a string as part of a clue or puzzle, but must first unlock the scissors.




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Mazes make great escape room puzzles and games. To create your own maze, use an online generator, or download a printable maze. Most coloring books include a maze or two, so check out the book store aisle of your local dollar store for more options. To make mazes more interactive, include letters on the correct path that players must unscramble to find the next clue.


While designing your own escape room from scratch is not as daunting a task as it might first appear, you may be short on time, or you may want to rely on existing resources for your first few runs. To make the process easier, we compiled a list of printable escape room puzzles and games from around the web, all either free or low-cost options.


You may find a free complete escape room game you would like to use, but if not, then you can make or use free puzzles to build your own room. Simply choose a theme, gather puzzles and riddles, ready hints and answers, and use normal household objects as hiding places or clues.


McLoughlin Brothers' catalogue of toy books. (1879?)Includes publisher's catalogue entries for books, games, blocks, puzzles, Sunday school rewards, and paper dolls. Also includes an advertisement for valentines.download as a pdf


McLoughlin Brothers' catalogue. (1895?)Contains listings for: Toy books -- Royal 4to Toy books -- Mother Goose editions -- Special toy books -- Linen books -- Half-bound books -- Indestructible books -- Cloth-bound books -- Painting books -- Paper dolls, soldiers, furniture, and other amusements. Cut out and to be cut out -- Games -- [Board games] -- Lotto -- Backgammon boards -- Checker and chess boards -- ABC and picture blocks -- Nested abc and picture blocks -- Scroll puzzles -- Miscellaneous goods, novelties, etc. -- Lead or "tin" soldiers.download as a pdf


McLoughlin Brothers' catalogue. (1897?)Contains listings for: Toy books -- Royal 4to Toy books -- Shaped royal 4to books -- Linen books -- Paper dolls, soldiers, furniture, and other amusements. Cut out and to be cut out -- Half-bound books -- Panorama books -- Indestructible books -- Cloth-bound books -- Games -- Lotto -- [Board games] -- Backgammon boards -- Checker and chess boards -- ABC and picture blocks -- Nested ABC blocks -- [Scroll puzzles] -- Fish pond games -- Miscellaneous goods, novelties, etc. -- Lead or "tin" soldiers -- 25 cent calendars.download as a pdf


Catalogue. (1899?)Contains listings for: Toy books -- Mother Goose editions -- Royal 4to toy books -- Painting books -- Shaped toy books -- Linen books -- Paper dolls, soldiers, furniture, and other amusements. Cut out and to be cut out -- Half-bound books -- Indestructible books -- Cloth-bound books -- Games -- Lotto -- [Board games] -- Backgammon boards -- Checker and chess boards -- ABC and picture blocks -- Nested ABC and picture blocks -- Scroll puzzles -- Fish pond games -- Miscellaneous goods, novelties, etc. -- Lead or "tin" soldiers -- Calendars.download as a pdf


McLoughlin Bros.' catalogue. (1900?)Contains listings for: Toy books -- Mother Goose editions -- Royal 4to toys books -- Painting books -- Shaped toy books -- Linen books -- Paper dolls, soldiers, furniture, and other amusements. Cut out and to be cut out -- Half-bound books -- Panorama books -- Indestructible books -- Cloth-bound books -- Games -- Lotto -- [Board games] -- Backgammon boards -- Checker and chess boards -- ABC and picture blocks -- Nested abc and picture blocks -- Scroll puzzles -- Fish pond games -- Miscellaneous goods, novelties, etc. -- Lead or "tin" soldiers.download as a pdf


1926 price list : the new McLoughlin line of toy books and children's classics : childhood looks for McLoughlin books. (1926)Contains listings for: Paper books -- Drawing and painting books -- Painting outfits in boxes -- Linen books -- Royal mounted linen books -- Board books -- Art gift books -- Fine editions--full colors -- Standard Mother Goose -- Crossword puzzle books and games -- One syllable books -- Young folks standard library -- Recitation books.download as a pdf


Since the start of the Hearing Voices Movement back in the 1980s, we have amassed a wealth of information resources that available for free on the internet. Some of these will be downloadable from this site (where we have permission from the authors to do this). Others will be linked to form this site.


He would place a cat in a puzzle box, where the animal would be remain until they learnt to press a lever. Initially, they would be trapped in the box for a long period of time, roaming it before inadvertently pressing the lever, and a door opened for the cat to escape. However, once the cats learnt to associate operating the lever with a positive outcome - being able to leave the box - they wasted less and less time before using it to escape. Through instrumental learning, the cats had learnt to associate pressing the lever with the reward of freedom (Thorndike, 1898).


With the freedom of 3D printing, I wanted to design something brand new, innovative and that to my knowledge does not exist anywhere else in the world, but it also had to be small enough that is did not cost too much to 3D print (I use an online service called Shapeways to 3D print my designs as I don't own my own a 3D printer (yet?) and this can get very costly) so this is what I came up with, a puzzle box that is solved in a unique way like no other in the world, most puzzle boxes I have seen are solved in a number of moves by moving parts of the puzzle to certain precise locations in a certain order to open the box so I wanted to make mine different... by simply spinning the box on a flat surface will unlock the box's lid however I didn't want this solution to be easy to discover so many distractions were added along the way in the design process, as well as a clue towards the solution of the puzzle in the form of a key-ring.


Above is a time lapse animation of me modelling the bottom half of the box, this was the simplest section to model so it is the easiest to show a time lapse of it's creation.I first designed the mechanism for this puzzle box on my iPad using a simple drawing application and then proceeded to design the final box using Autodesk Inventor (CAD software), the hardest part of the design process was not the modelling itself, it was calculating all of the exact dimensions every feature such as the channels and loops should have to be so that these 6mm ball bearings would move freely within their channels and would cross the loops in the lid when the lid is on and the ball bearings are at the inside edge of their channels to lock that loop and stop the lid from being removed. I made a clearance of 0.25mm between any parts that were designed to fit into each other such as the pins/rods in the lid and holes in the box so they could fit into each other after printing with a close fit but not too much friction.I decided that the box had to look complex on the outside to distract from the deceivingly simple solution so I decided to add 6 sliders to the top of the lid of different shapes and also 3 sprung buttons (in the second prototype) by taking advantage of the 3D printing material's flexible nature meaning I can model springs for the buttons that will be built into the design and printed as one piece, these added design features have absolutely no purpose towards solving the puzzle, they are simply a distraction for the user. Some 3D printing techniques such as the one I will be using (SLS) can print fully assembled assemblies in one print and I am taking advantage of this by designing the movable sliders and buttons within the lid of the puzzle box by making sure I leave a clearance of 0.5mm between the physically separate parts of the design (e.g. the lid and a slider) so they will actually be separate objects after printing, this removes the need of assembly after printing and also makes the sprung buttons that are part of the design possible.Finally I decided to add a clue towards the solution of the puzzle, this is in the form of the numbers round the top of the lid, these are actually coded in the format A=1 B=2 C=3 to read 'GIVE ME A RAPID SPIN TO UNLOCK MY LID', yes, this is difficult to notice however I also modeled a 3D printable key-ring that contains a QR code which can be scanned by a smartphone to reveal the text 'A=1 B=2 C=3' to guide the user to this clue if they wish. After a few solid hours of modelling I was ready to order a prototype from Shapeways (3d printing service)


Dear Maundy,We recently came across your centrifugal puzzle box and were blown away! We're thinking of doing up something similar as a conference bag insert, but wanted to make some tweaks. We would love to hire your services to do the tweaked design, if you would be at all interested.If yes, please let me know and we can get to work :).Feel free to email me at julie@codevalley.com.I hope to hear from you soon.Cheers,Julie


Nice design man, I liked the distractors they are the first that got my attention so they work! the mechanism kind of reminds me the one from the cast puzzle called news, don't know you've know it or not but you did a great job with yours. pretty expensive printing service, do you get something for that they sell your puzzle on they're site? P.S. I have started written second thin notebook of my ideas on puzzles and stuff like that, that would bring puzzling to a whole new level, would like to make it into a business but have no money for that and don't want to sell my ideas for penny's or give it away for free. I guess I will start making them one after another in time just for myself, maybe one day it will graduate into a business, thats for now would be my dream :) 041b061a72


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