Some dimensions tell a tale much like a painting. The scene is set and the viewer adds their interpretation to what they see. There are other ways to interact with dimensions. Some are puzzles to be solved or jumped. I thought I’d share some puzzle dimensions that I’ve enjoyed recently. Some have jump puzzles built into them but they’re Radish friendly jumps (radishes are not known for their jumping ability) and each one of them is an excellent example of the genre. If, like me, you are wary of mazes and jump puzzles, give these dimensions a try, they’re a gentle introduction.
Sleeping Moth Inn + secrets By Mirja@Icewatch
Hunt and seek is the key to this puzzle. It will exercise your powers of observation and memory as you try to count eggsactly how many earth mote eggs are in this dimension. A few eggcellently placed motes confuse the issue. Look in every nook and cranny but don’t count your eggs twice before they hatch. A puzzle like this is no yolk – oh somebody stop me, please! Shell I go on?
I counted 53 eggs scattered around the place. How did you do?
Artificial Reality By Calash@Wolfsbane
This is the dimension that suckered me in to writing this article. It started off innocuously, a path to explore, taking me up and up, a few little scenes along the way to keep me entertained. Then it starts to get serious, a few mini-mazes to puzzle through followed by jump puzzles. Thankfully the jump puzzles have soft landings, rather than starting over, like many jump puzzles do, this one places the jumper just a few steps back to try again. Let the name guide you and enter into another reality, give this puzzle a go.
Jamjawalih By Shankhame@Faeblight
<This maze starts gently with a garden stroll but turns more difficult when the maze grows walls and spreads over three dimensions. Usual techniques of following one wall are not as successful here but a bit of perseverance will have you back on the right track. A few gentle jumps to finish the puzzle takes you to the top of the dimension.>
Good thing I check my dimensions before posting for the above paragraph is no longer true.. Jamjawalih is not the same dimension that I first saw. Instead the dimension has been changed, the maze is gone and a jump starts this short puzzle. Perhaps it’s under construction. However, I no longer recommend this dimension; on completing the jump puzzle the visitor is greeted by a sign saying FOOL. I wonder if Shankhame is calling me a fool for trying their dimension or calling themselves a fool for losing my respect? I’m leaving this dimension here, despite my low opinion of it’s new face, because I have a few thoughts on why people do this and I’ll be referring back to this article.