Find new images & create
NEW MixAPix puzzles
Start looking here:
PBase Photo Database - a photo sharing and photo hosting
website with over 16 million photos online.
Charity: sun rising, tide going out
NOAA Photo Library - over 20,000 historical images
from the archives of the National Ocean Service, the National Weather Service , the National Marine Fisheries Service, the Office of Oceanic
and Atmospheric Research, and the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service.
Web Museum - "Famous Artworks
Exhibition". Many famous paintings from many different eras.
Wikimedia Commons - almost
2 million freely usable media files. You name it - it's there. An unbelievably rich resource.
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Timeline of Art History. The pictures are a bit on the small side
but the material is superb.
Pablo Picasso: Head (1960)
Artcyclopedia - Great scans of great art. High quality art images
from around the web, updated daily.
Sandro Botticelli: Birth of Venus
CGFA - Beautiful fine art images from a very large
number of artists, all eras.
WunderPhoto Galleries - Weather-related
photos. Over half a million photos, new ones all the time.
North pole sky
Digital Art - Great variety of digital art from different genres.
High quality images.
Patsouras: The Dragon Whisperer
Web Gallery of Art - a virtual museum
of European painting and sculpture from 12th to mid-19th centuries
Delacroix: Sea from the Heights of Dieppe
Hubblesite Gallery - snapshots of the universe.
Infinite Fractal Loop - links to many
wonderful fractal sites.
Cootey: Double Spiral
Photos by Norman Koren - find some great landscapes here.
Monument Valley Totem Poles
Earth from Above -
incredible aerial photos by Yann Arthus Bertrand.
Bora Bora, Polynesia
The Cheerful Eye -
the vision of photographer Curtis Steele.
San Francisco walkway
Almost any image -photo, fine art reproduction, digital art, cartoon, or drawing
- can be used to make a MixAPix puzzle. If you don't already own MixAPix, download
the MixAPix FREE Trial.
Then go to the My MixAPix menu and click on Create Album to make your own personal
logical jigsaw Albums from any jpg images already on your computer.
Want more puzzles? Use the links at left to help you in your quest
for more images. When you find a picture that you like, download the largest size
available. (Usually, clicking on the thumbnail will make the picture get bigger.)
You will need a picture that is almost screen size (it's OK if it's bigger than that)
to make a really beautiful puzzle.
Please respect the web site/artist copyright. It's generally OK
to copy pictures for your own personal use, on your own computer, but commercial use
is a no-no unless specifically stated otherwise.
MixAPix uses MIDI music files for its background music. If you want to add
to the music selections included with the game or change to a different style of music
entirely, the following links are for you.
Here you will find a number of sites that
have huge quantities of MIDI files, in a variety of musical styles,
and you can download as many as you like for free. You should be
able to find music that is perfect for your tastes.
Just copy the downloaded MIDI selections into the MixAPix MIDI
folder located at C:\ Program Files \ KPixGames \ MixAPix \ MIDI. MixAPix will randomly
play whatever MIDI files you put there.
Classical Piano Midi Page by Bernd Krueger
- excellent MIDIs of a wide variety of classical piano music for you to download.
MIDI Heaven - You will find many different types of
MIDIs to download on this site, including classical, holiday songs, world
music, kids' songs, ragtime and more.
Der Fuge Composers' Index - Over 8,000 classical MIDIs
by a very wide range of composers for you to download.
MIDIs by Warren Trachtman - Download ragtime piano
pieces by Scott Joplin, Jelly Roll Morton, Eubie Blake and others.
Gary Allen's Bluegrass MIDI Files - Bluegrass and "Old-Time"
banjo & fiddle music to download.
Standard MIDI Files On The Net
- Over 30,000 unique links. A complete list!
Everett Kaser Software - lots of great logic and puzzle
games for Windows PC's, including classics like Sherlock and Hero's Hearts.
Kadon Gamepuzzles - original
puzzles in lasercut acrylic and handcrafted wood; fascinating puzzles with many variations;
each is a work of art as well.
Quotations - a fascinating collection of quotations
about mathematics and by mathematicians from Furman University.
The Quote Garden
- find an appropriate quote for almost any occasion.
Messybeast Cat Resource Archive
- everything you ever wanted to know about cats plus a bit more. Includes many gems.