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December 4, 2013

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Can you find the right sequence to spin the spiky Satellite outside its cage?
 
 
This version is made of coated bronze metal placed in a gift box with PVC window. 

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The Kumiki Ship shape Wooden brain teaser puzzle contains 16 non identical pieces that designed to resemble a ship. 
In Japanese the word kumiki means "joining wood together" and refers to varieties of wood craft. In the puzzling world it refers to 3D interlocking wood puzzle that resembled a familiar shape like buildings, vehicles and animals, not just abstract shapes like spheres and cubes. 
Tsunetaro Yamanaka (1874-1954) from Japan was the first craftsman to develop the figural wooden interlocking puzzles known as kumiki.
The object of this puzzle is to take it apart and then put it back together to form the original ship shape. 


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Great disentanglement wooden Brain Teaser puzzle in beautiful design (known also as Salvador String Puzzle or Mouse Maze).
 
The puzzle is a VERY tough one!
 
The object is to get the wooden rat and the string through the hole and ring maze and completely off the puzzle.
 
One wrong move and you've made the job even tougher!

Displays very nicely in it's upright position thanks to the wooden base. A perfect desk accessory or coffee table puzzle! 

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The Anaconda Cube is the new challenge for those who love the traditional Snake Cube Puzzle 3x3x3 (that contained 27 blocks).
 
This 4x4x4 with its 64 blocks is significantly difficult from the popular snake cube.
 
The objective here is to uncoil the cubes into a straight line and reassemble the cube to its 4x4x4 cube shape.
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Did you know?
This unique puzzle original idea is around since the beginning of the 20th century, however, the modern version was created in 1981 by NOB (Nobuyuki Yoshigahara), a talented Japanese puzzle designer and inventor. NOB had also designed several Cast puzzles for Hanayama (for example, the Cast News metal puzzle by Hanayama is based on the same solution mechanism as the Crazy X wooden puzzle). Also known as 'X Marks the Spot'.
 
Object
A very clever and tricky wooden brain teaser puzzle.
The objective of this puzzle is to remove the X from the square wooden frame.
Seems like impossible to solve, but can be solve in one second.
Don't be tempted to think it is an easy job.
A hint for the solution is in one of your physics lessons.

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Did you know?
The Complex Cube puzzle designed by Bill Cutler in 1991 and is very unique wooden puzzle with superb quality.
It was originally called Splitting Headache, because the designer claims you must use both sides of your brain to solve it (where your right side is responsible for intuitive problem solving and your left side for logical thinking).
 
Object
The puzzle has 9 pieces. Each piece of the 9 pieces is an assembly of small cubes or parts of a cube. The object is to get them back into a 3x3x3 cube, which won't be an easy task.
Each of the pieces having a beveled edge on all sides that give the puzzle a fancy look.
Come complete with a great base. The sides of the base have Plexiglas so as to best view the cube, and it makes a very attractive package.



 
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