The puzzle contains 4 pieces : 2 triangles and 2 trapezoids.
One frame is larger than the other. The larger frame is used to store the pieces.
Turn it over
Notice that this side is smaller and the frame is thicker.
Now, try to fit the 4 pieces in the frame.
* Do not use strength.
If you solve it correctly, the pieces will slide in to place smoothly.
An ancient puzzle attributed to the Greek mathematician Archimedes. There are a startlingly large number of ways to fit this puzzle together, see how many you can find.
This clever puzzle has an elegant solution, and makes a wonderful gift for any visual thinker!
Inside a wooden frame are 7 cylindrical pieces, of different lengths. In the side of the frame is an indentation containing an additional piece. Rearrange all 8 pieces so that they lie flat inside the frame.
A real stumper!
Invented by Mr. Andrew Snowie, this versatile puzzle is comprised of 12 different pieces. When it is assembled, it can be used to play real chess games, but can you fit all of the pieces back into the frame? There are 156 different ways to accomplish this. Once you've succeeded, try building a 4x4x4 checkered cube.
Dimensions : 9" x 9" x 1.2"
In addition, we provide you with instructions for 54 other shapes to build out of the pieces. There are between one and hundreds of ways to build shape, so this puzzle should keep anyone busy for quite a while...
This game is based on Pentominoes series (5 squares), designed in a 3D format to create 17 different shapes any 16 of which can be used to solve the puzzle.
Chose one piece from the 17 pieces available. Place the chosen piece in the slot meant for a single piece. Try to assemble a 2 deep rectangle (size 8x5x2) from the other remaining 16 pieces. Note: In addition to the 17 different combinations, each option contains more than one solution (up to dozens for each option.)
This ingenious puzzle looks simple enough. But once you take it apart you find another cube that must fit in the square as well.
Disassemble the shape and reassemble it again with the red cube inside.
This is a single player puzzle with difficulty level 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
To start the game – Take all the pieces out, put the castle guard ( the stick) in one of the holes. Now build the castle using all the pieces one next to the other.
This puzzle has 13 options. Put the guard in a another hole and build the castle again.