On behalf of Solve It!, we would like to thank you for being loyal customers to our business over the years. Due to a San Francisco Public Health Order, our Pier 39 location is closed through June 15, 2020 or until further notice.
In the meantime, we remain open online and will continue to take and fulfill orders made through our website. As a thank you for your continued support during this time we are giving anyone who makes a purchase from our website an automatic 15% off any purchase!
You can also support up by purchasing GIFT CARDS to be used at a later date.
We very much look forward to reopening our doors at Pier 39 soon and wish the best of health to you and your family! - Yelena
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.
A strategy board game which can be played by two, three, four, or six people, playing individually or with partners. The game is a modern and simplified variation of the game Halma.( invented in Germany in 1892) The rules are simple, so even young children can play
Chinese Checkers Couple - Wooden Game
Don’t Break the Bottle:
Wine Puzzle. Hand-crafted wooden brain teaser.
Hilarious or cruel (depending on whether you’re the giver or receiver of this gift), this party game rewards you with one last great bottle of wine, provided you can remove the lock in 4 moves.
Can you unlock the last bottle without cutting the rope? Or will you break the bottle?
It is also compatible with whiskey, vodka, and other similarly dimensioned bottles of alcohol (or non-alcohol).
* Wine bottle not included
YouTube video to setup the bottle:
Named after the Shakespeare play due to its traditional black and white pieces Othello was invented in England in the late 1800's. Designed as a simplified version of Go, Othello (or Reversi) offers a fun challenge for all ages.
Initially the board is empty except for 4 pegs - 2 of each color- placed in the central square on opposing corners. On each turn a player places a peg of their color onto the board in such a way as to capture one or more of the opponent's pegs, if you can't capture a peg you must skip your turn. Pegs are captured when a peg placed on the board sandwiches one or more of your opponents pegs between two pegs of your own color. Pegs can be captured horizontally, vertically and diagonally.
The game is over when the board is full or neither player can move, the player with the most pegs of their color wins.
The board allows you to play another Game: Solitaire.
At the beginning of the game the peg in the center of the board is removed. Moves are made by jumping a peg over an adjacent peg, removing each peg as you pass over it. The aim of the game is to remove all the pegs until only one peg is left in the center of the board.
A great gift that makes an elegant decoration for any home or office.
This gorgeous pyramid is comprised of fourteen pieces. Once taken apart- can you build it again?
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.