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.
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 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!
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.