This puzzle contains 3 un identical pieces.
Try to assemble the pieces to a 3D puzzle.
Once the shape is unraveled, getting it back into a cube turns out to be much harder than it looks . Fair warning: this puzzle has 47 steps to bring it back into a cube. Starting with a 3x cube is recommended.
A tricky optical illusion, place this fun puzzle somewhere conspicuous and stand back grinning as person after person tries their luck figuring it out.
Using only the 2 pieces get the cap of the mushroom to snap back to the base. NOTE: this is an optical illusion; the hook and the rubber band are purely to confuse what is actually happening. Presentation is everything.
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A three dimensional twist to this classic game suitable for any age. Counting all the 3 in-a-rows at the end can prove quite a challenge.
Starting with 'O's play until the board is full, the player with the most 3 in a rows wins. Connections can be made vertically horizontally and diagonally.
The classic stacking game can be played in 2 variations:
1. Classic- without taking in consideration the colored pieces.
2. When A color direct your move.
Each turn A player roll the die to get a color and then must remove a piece of the color shown.
This game uses standard Jenga rules. Once a piece is removed it is placed on top of the stack. Pieces may only be removed from the top of the stack once there are at least 3 full rows completed over them. The game is over when the tower falls.
Invented during a physics lecture the Double Soma Cube brings the fun and challenge of tangrams into the 3rd dimension.
The cube is built from 27 small cubes, joined into 7 different pieces, creating a 3X3X3 cube. There are 240 different ways to build a solid cube. There are as many hundreds of shapes to assemble from all the parts. Try to invent your own shapes as well. The cards represent 4 levels of challenges.
The set consists of 28 dominoes. There are 7 doubles (same number on both ends from double blank to double six) and 21 singles (different numbers on both ends or a number and a blank).
There are countless different domino games and within each game, there are many variations of play available. The purpose of this set of rules is to get you started with a few simple and popular games. Later, we'll give you reference information for finding many other games you would enjoy.
One of the wonderful things about dominoes is that anyone can learn the basics very quickly, but as you play and progress, you will find many additional levels of the game and as your experience and skills develop, you will become a more and more formidable player. Get started with these simple games and you will find yourself getting smarter every time you play. Dominoes is a good game for your brain.