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About

My interest for browser-based puzzle games started somewhere in the year 2009. I've played numerous websites since then, but it was only around 2019 when me and my friends started challenging each other with our own creations. I started collection the puzzles, but had no photoshop experience so we just drew them out on paper. When the corona crisis locked us in our homes I finally got around learning GIMP image editor to create digital versions of our puzzles (a big thanks to Davis Media Design for providing completely free tutorials on how to start working with GIMP image editor). From then on, it took me about two months to complete this website!

Image sources

There are numerous websites I have used to find stock free images and clipart. The websites I used the most are Unsplash and Hiclipart.
To give credit to all the awesome people who freely put up their picture on unsplash, below is a list of all these people.

Photo by Sandra Ahn Mode
Unknown on Smartstockphoto
Photo by Joakim Honkasalo on Unsplash
Image by Pankaj Chaudhary from Pixabay
Photo by Sara Cardoso on Unsplash
Image by Avital Pinnick on Flickr
Image by Avital Pinnick on Flickr
Photo by Andriy Boechko on Unsplash
Photo by Hamish Weir on Unsplash
Photo by Denny Müller on Unsplash
Photo by Stefano Zocca on Unsplash
Image by Gerhard Janson on Pixabay
Sam Barber on Unsplash
Photo by Oleksandr Kurchev on Unsplash
Photo by Joaquín on Unsplash
Photo by Roman Kraft on Unsplash
Photo by Thomas Kelley on Unsplash
Photo by arpa sarian on Unsplash
Photo by Jonathan Francisca on Unsplash
Photo by Ganapathy Kumar on Unsplash
Photo by Josipa Juras on Unsplash
Photo by isaac jarnagin on Unsplash
Photo by Jeremy Perkins on Unsplash
Photo by Drew Rae from Pexels
Photo by Derek Story on Unsplash
Photo by Alessio Zaccaria on Unsplash