Puzzle Pieces

Some articles on puzzle, puzzle pieces, piece, pieces:

Mac Taylor - In The Line of Duty
... time, and at the end, a three-dimensional puzzle of his first case and first apartment in NYC leads him to where he got engaged in NYC ... There he finds another puzzle with a stone leading him to a building back in Chicago ... Mac also tests the puzzle pieces and the t-shirt and sees that whomever handled the puzzle was the brother of the t-shirt's owner ...
Survivor: Micronesia - The Game - Episode 11: "I'm Ruthless... and Have A Smile On My Face"
... would throw rocks at a tile which would cause a bundle of puzzle pieces to drop to the ground ... would move on to the second round of digging up a key that would unlock the puzzle pieces ... The puzzle pieces would then be assembled into a wheel that would be used to crank a pulley which would lower two wooden planks ...
Marble Drop - Puzzle Pieces
... Start Funnel The piece that allows a player to drop a new marble onto the track ... Puzzle Lock Activated when a marble rolls over a trigger, a lock must be triggered in the correct sequence to unlock a bonus level ... Trigger An electrical button that can re-arm puzzle pieces, change diverter states, or activate puzzle locks ...
Impossible Mission - Gameplay
... The player has six hours of game time to collect 36 puzzle pieces ... The puzzle pieces are assembled in groups of four ... The puzzle pieces overlap, so three pieces can be assembled before the player realizes he must start over ...
Survivor Philippines (season 1) - The Game - Cycle 1: Days 1-3
... end of the obstacle course, tribes will gather puzzle pieces from bags hanging on a large web ... Once all puzzle pieces are retrieved, one tribe member will solve the puzzle, which is a picture of an eagle ... First tribe with a solved puzzle wins the reward ...

Famous quotes containing the words pieces and/or puzzle:

    Pieces of eight! pieces of eight! pieces of eight!
    Robert Louis Stevenson (1850–1894)

    What are you now? If we could touch one another,
    if these our separate entities could come to grips,
    clenched like a Chinese puzzle . . . yesterday
    I stood in a crowded street that was live with people,
    and no one spoke a word, and the morning shone.
    Everyone silent, moving. . . . Take my hand. Speak to me.
    Muriel Rukeyser (1913–1980)