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

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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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