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.
This puzzle contains 3 unidentical pieces.
Try to assemble the pieces to a 3D puzzle.
Do not be deceived by the appearance. This devil of a puzzle consists of 8 piece that have triangles on three sides of each block. To solve the puzzle you must inter-lay the pieces back together so that all the triangles are inside of the cube.
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 rolls the colored die 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.
The game includes a rectangle wooden box and 4 wooden dices. Arrange the cubes so you see the sum reaches 10 on all four sides. Let's explore!
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!
A classic game that has been teasing puzzlers for generations, can you eliminate the redundant sides?
Three puzzles in one:
1. Take the cubes out from the case, mix them up, and then rearrange them (in the case) so there are four different colors on each side.
2. Arrange the cubes out from the case in a 2X2 square, so there are four different colors on the top, the same four different colors on the bottom and two different colors on each side.
3. Arrange the cubes out from the case in a 2X2 square, so there are four different colors on the top, the same four different colors on the bottom and two of the same color on each side.
The Soma Cube was invented during a lecture on quantum mechanics. This puzzle brings the fun and challenge of tangrams into the 3rd dimension.
Each Soma Cube is made of seven pieces which must be assembled into a 3×3×3 cube. The pieces can also be used to make a variety of other 3D shapes.
The Double Soma Cube is two players puzzles. It includes two sets of Soma Cubes and one set of cards. The cards represent 4 levels of challenges.
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.
Spin To Win - Wooden Brain Teaser
Rearrange all of the same colored balls in the same vertical row. Each row of balls should be the same color. You can spin it in any way you want!
Keychain Crystal - Wooden Puzzle
Disassemble and assemble pack the pieces all together!
You can play with it everywhere!
A very tricky puzzle to get back together, it is important to pay close attention to how the shape comes apart in order to put it back together again.
This puzzle contains 6 identical pieces. Try to assemble the pieces to a 3D cube shape.
Getting the ring off the string is only the first step. Can you tie it back up again?
In this string puzzle the double cord, which runs through the three wooden elements, must be removed completely to free the middle circle.
The Tangram is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat shapes, called tans, which are put together to form shapes.
The objective of the puzzle is to form a specific shape (given only an outline Select one card out of 42 and build the shape, using all parts of the tangram.
27 Smart CUBES is BUILD-UP GAME
inspired by Boris Nikitin's "Unicube", providing a chance for you, whether you are a child or an adult, to:
The idea is to put together up to 27 wooden cubes, each with a different combination of primary colors, according to sequences of gradually increasing difficulty, ranging from simple to complex.
Begin with placing the cubes into simple shapes and color patterns. Then, move onto more difficult tasks involving 3D shapes and complex color schemes using all 27 cubes.
Fun for All Ages.
To be used in preschools, elementary schools, and even senior homes.
A brain-Teaser interlock puzzle for one player. The cube consists of a ball and 12 wooden pieces. Try to free the ball (it’s not that hard) and then lock it again (it’s not that easy…)
Once the shape is unraveled, getting it back into a cube turns out to be much harder than it looks.
A 3 x 3 x 3 cube made up of 27 pieces linked together by a stretchy string.
This is a good starting point for 3d puzzles, a fun puzzle that leaves you with a nice decoration for any desk or mantle. It is important to pay attention to how the star comes apart in order to put it back together again.
This puzzle contains 6 identical pieces. Try to assemble the pieces to a 3D star shape.
It's easy to take apart ... But now, can you turn it back into a cube?
Each separate cube can turn in 3 different directions, this gives the opportunity to build other amazing shapes/ animals.
A fun toy alternative to the snake cube puzzle!