A game designed in the 1930's.
The object of the game is to free the locked ball, and let it slide out through the hole.
The game has 5 different challenges to choose from; the easiest may be accomplished in only 18 moves whilst the most difficult needs a minimum of 101 moves to complete the task.
This is a super fun and intriguing, handcrafted wooden version of a puzzle that is typically seen made out of plastic.
Object: Get all 3 marbles to the center core of the maze. At the end of the games the three balls must stay together at the center.
Skill and dexterity will be required!
2 brain-Teasers for one player.
The puzzle is made up of a box and 16 wooden squares.
Arrange the squares in a way that the sum of the numbers in any direction (horizontal, vertical or diagonal) will be 34 (there are several solutions).
Too difficult? Take a hint from the included solution.
Solitaire was invented in the 17th century by a French noble imprisoned in the Bastille. Game boards have been found all over the world in the last 300 years with little improvement on the original design.
Solitaire is a game that is traditionally played on a wooden board. At the beginning of the game the ball in the center of the board is removed. Moves are made by jumping a ball over an adjacent ball, removing each ball as you pass over it. The aim of the game is to remove all the balls until only one ball is left in the center of the board.
The original color swapping game, see how few moves it takes to switch the colored pegs.
Switch the colored pegs from one side to another, with as few moves as possible. Each peg may move forward one step at a time, or jump a peg over an adjacent peg of the other color. No peg may move or jump backwards.
Note: Colors may vary than shown in picture.
Never redraw a broken Sudoku again. With these handy tiles you can lay out any puzzle you are working on from a book or newspaper. Each piece is double sided with black for sure answers or red for guesses.
Sudoku's are squares of numbers where each row column has one each of the numbers 1 – 9. This puzzle is best enjoyed with any source of Sudoku's.