Frustrate yourself for a few minutes and then give up with the Revomaze

Described as an 'extreme puzzle,' Revomaze comes in three colors, representing increasing degrees of extremity, and comes with one of those fishy "win cash if you solve it" offers. [ThinkGeek via The Automata Blog]

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11 Responses to Frustrate yourself for a few minutes and then give up with the Revomaze

  1. Raketemensch says:

    Wow, a new post on BBG. To what do we owe this great honor?

    Guess I’m headed back to engadget….

  2. Rob Beschizza says:

    iphone haiku: to be announced!

  3. nixiebunny says:

    I’d have to frustrate myself for at least a couple months for it to be worth $120.

  4. dculberson says:

    I like that the haiku contest has taken a long time. I can keep fooling myself that I’m a front runner.

  5. Adam Fields says:

    This is clearly some use of the word “announced” with which I was previously unfamiliar.

  6. Adam Fields says:

    This contest is long.
    MMS before results…
    Race tethering now!

  7. Adam Fields says:

    I had time for a meta bonus entry. :P

  8. Enochrewt says:

    #2: Yeah really, what’s the deal with that? I know I can’t grouse about lack of free gadget blog posts but I sure might check BBG a lot less…

  9. Rob Beschizza says:

    Working on some changes — we’ll be back in action soon.

  10. Rob Beschizza says:

    There were like seven billion entries and I’m waiting on the judging committee .

  11. Adam Fields says:

    Speaking of which – was there ever a winner chosen for the iPhone disappointment haiku contest? (Apologies for using an unrelated comment for this – I couldn’t find any other convenient way to send you a message that didn’t involve going to some other site to look up a way to contact you.)

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