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Our puzzle range includes many puzzles under $15.00. From easy to very, very difficult puzzles you'll certainly be able to find something here to challenge your special puzzler.
Difficulty - Hard but not Extreme The object is to rope from the wood to release the long bar. Mr Puzzle has redesigned the original to make it TWO PUZZLES IN ONE. This puzzle covered by Australian Design Registration No. 153007 This puzzle featured in CFF Magazine July 2006 article "Secrets of a Simple Type of String Puzzle" by Lambert Bright. Click here for a link to CFF web site. The puzzle is to remove the nails from their stand then separate the two nails. The puzzle is to remove the ring from the chains between the two horseshoe pieces. An oldie but a goodie. Still just as much fun as it was when it first appeared in the early 1900's. The horseshoe puzzle is also available in a large size. The object of the puzzle is to put the 8 different pieces together. The pieces can be divided into two groups making 4 horizontal land 4 vertical lines in the puzzle. This book has detailed illustrations and solutions of 50 different puzzles. The text is in Chinese with no English but drawings are very clear. This book is not even on Amazon! Book is 140mm x 205mm in paper back. 210 pages including 8 pages with colour photos of puzzles. Called "Illustrative Designs of 50 Intellectual Rope-Ring Toys", this book has detailed illustrations and solutions of 50 disentangelment puzzles. Text is in Chinese with some English but drawings are very clear. This book is not even on Amazon. Book is new. Book is 140mm x 205mm in paper back. 230 pages including 8 pages with colour photos of puzzles. The puzzle is to remove the nails from their stand and separate the nails. This puzzle was designed by Brian in early 1998 and is The puzzle is to remove the rope from the wood. This may be our easiest rope puzzle but can you disentangle it? 1982 Hungarian Rings Doublering puzzle. The first member of the "Hungarian Rings" puzzle family. > Plastic puzzle made 1982. The puzzle is to get the beads on the same loop, on the same side of the wood. This rope puzzle is based on a well known disentanglement puzzles although it may not at first appear to be. The objective of the puzzle is to move the entire stack of disks and the ball on top to another rod, obeying the following simple rules: Mathematically this is a type of "n-ary" puzzle meaning each move has "n" number of state - in this case 2 states being binary. Read more about n-ary puzzles and see others we have here. Difficulty 3 Difficulty 5 Difficulty 5 Difficulty 5 The object is to remove the ring from the puzzle. You'll really need to be an escape artist to get the ring off this puzzle! Buy ANY 4 puzzles in the set and save $1 per puzzle. Click here. Difficulty 4 Difficulty 4 Difficulty 5 The puzzle is to remove the wooden ring from the puzzle. Ages 7+ Enjoyed the original? Then it's time to raise your game. Step up to the challenge and take on the Booster Extension. In this booster pack you will find an additional matching transparent puzzle tile and new challenge cards with 60 new exciting multi-level new adventures for your Camouflage puzzle. Ages 7+ Enjoyed the original? Then it's time to raise your game. Step up to the challenge and take on the Booster Extension. In this booster pack you will find an additional matching puzzle tile and new challenge booklet with 60 brand new adventures for your Safari Hide and Seek one player game. Difficulty - Hard but not Extreme We also sell a different Nut and Bolt puzzle in this same series. Click here. Difficulty - Hard close to Extreme Ages: 6 and up. An extremely addictive puzzle for kids and grown ups! Be careful, once you pick it up it's hard to put down. With "43 Quintillion" possible moves and only ONE solution... Yep! you're going to need the book to solve the Rubik's Cube. Choose from the used books we have in stock: 1. You Can Do - You Can Do The Cube by Patrick Bossert (1981) Condition: All books are in "as is" condition. Used, slightly faded covers, worn around edges of cover, no ripped pages. We sell the genuine Rubik's cube as well. Click here. Difficulty Rating 4 out of 5 = Unbelievable Difficulty - Hard to Extreme The puzzle is to remove the large thin wooden ring, not the two identical rings permanently attached to the end of the ropes. Solid wooden jigsaw makes a Dinosaur. Great educational puzzle. Letters A-Z on the other side. Numbers 1-26 on the other. 26 brightly painted coloured pieces. A fun way to learn counting and the alphabet! Difficulty - Hard but not Extreme on the Enigma scale. The puzzle is to screw the nut to the bolt. At first glance this looks impossible but it is possible. Comes with a printed solution when you buy it. The puzzle is to build the symmetrical honeycomb shape from the 10 pieces each made from hexagonal cylinder pieces of different lengths joined together. Solve this puzzle or starve! Puzzleware to add fun and laughs to meal times. Each pyramid has dots, from 1 to 4, on each of its four sides and it's also dotted at the base. Using gravity convert all pyramids with 4 different dots to all pyramids showing the same number of dots or showing a sequence of dots. Do this for both inside & outside of pyramids. Sequences of 1 to 4 can be done. Difficulty - Hard but not Extreme. Begin with the steel ball in the 'START' position. Use the knobs on the sides to tilt the maze base to move the ball around the labyrinth. Follow the main path to the 'FINISH' position avoiding the traps. The puzzle is to repack the 7 pieces into the box so that you can put the lid on. There is a sheet supplied with this puzzles which has another 21 shapes for you to try to make using these same seven pieces. Danish poet and writer Piet Hein invented this puzzle in 1936 while attending a lecture on quantum physics. R. Guy at the University of Malaya in Singapore tabulated 240 different solutions for the puzzle.... but this is by no means the final count. Problem sheet and solutions are especially created by us and are included if you buy the puzzle from this website. The puzzle is to assemble the 12 pieces, each made from 3 rhombic prisms, into the hexagonal tower. This puzzle was invented by Toshiaki Bestumiya. The puzzle is to build a larger cube from the length of 27 smaller cubes arranged on an elastic rope to look like a snake; hence the name Snake Cube but it's sometimes also known as the Chain Cube or the Elastic Cube. The puzzle is to get both balls on the same loop on the same side of the post. The puzzle is to remove the large wooden ring from the puzzle. The puzzle is to build a cube from the 9 bars with a pattern of spots 1 to 6 on each outside face. This one is quite a difficult version of this puzzle. Watch out - it has a trick up it's sleeve; the final solution is not the normal dice pattern but you still need to have six sides with a different number on each side. Assemble the 6 pieces into the interlocking ball. There are 5 identical pieces plus one locking piece. Solid wooden jigsaw makes an Elephant. A fun way to learn counting and the alphabet! Great educational puzzle. Letters A-Z on both sides of the puzzle. Even trickier perhaps than having numbers on the other side because it means 2 options to put every piece in not just one. 26 brightly painted coloured pieces. Solid wooden jigsaw makes a Giraffe. Great educational puzzle. Letters A-Z on the other side. Numbers 1-26 on the other. 26 brightly painted coloured pieces. A fun way to learn counting and the alphabet! Solid wooden jigsaw makes a Rabbit. Great educational puzzle. Letters A-Z on the other side. Numbers 1-26 on the other. 26 brightly painted coloured pieces. A fun way to learn counting and the alphabet! The puzzle is to build the 12 pointed star from the six identical pieces. What better puzzle to celebrate Christmas.
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